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Ruth Mary Rocha, 94, died on Saturday, Dec. 9, 2017, at her home in Vineyard Haven. Visiting hours in the Chapman, Cole and Gleason Funeral... [Read More]
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Whether at The Ritz or on Edgartown's Main Street, the holidays were definitely in the air this weekend. With streets and lampposts decked in lights,... [Read More]
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The Woods Hole Science Aquarium is aided in the recovery of six of the world's most endangered sea turtles. The Kemp's ridley sea turtles were... [Read More]
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On Tuesday afternoon at around 4:30, a bullet shattered the passenger side window of a Toyota pickup truck as it traveled on South Road, in... [Read More]
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By Fred Roven, MV Buyer Agents. Weekly chit-chat about new listings, sales or other insider info on MV Real Estate. When I discuss "a good... [Read More]
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Healthy Aging Martha's Vineyard is a bona fide contender to share in a $1 million federal grant to Massachusetts eldercare organizations, David Stevens, director of... [Read More]
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The Martha's Vineyard Commission approved expansion of the Edgartown Stop & Shop at its Thursday night meeting. Conditions on the approval included improved exterior appearance,... [Read More]
To the Editor: On a recent ferry trip, I walked off leaving my backpack filled with my PC, notebooks and other work-related materials. When I... [Read More]
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With the recent installation of a water refill station at the Martha's Vineyard Public Charter School, a Vineyard Conservation Society  project called  "Take Back the... [Read More]
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Dukes County Sheriff Robert Ogden stood before Edgartown selectmen Monday afternoon to request a warrant article this spring, and discuss the financial, structural, and operational... [Read More]
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Eight players return from a Vineyard varsity girls team that finished 9-11 last season, one win short of a playoff berth. Playing without leading scorer... [Read More]
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Last Friday morning, Macol Oliveira, 17, of West Tisbury took his first archery buck, a nice eight-pointer. Hunting the same stand the next day, a... [Read More]
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Sixteen Island residents will travel to Fitchburg State University (FSU) on Dec. 22 to receive masters of education degrees from the state program. Next June,... [Read More]
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The proposed 1.4-mile post and wire fence at Trade Wind Fields Preserve may not be a done deal after all. The Oak Bluffs Land Bank... [Read More]
A final vote on approval of the fiscal year 2019 Martha's Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) operating budget on Monday night was postponed because the... [Read More]
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The mother of overdose victim Antone Silvia is seeking justice for her son, taking the opioid epidemic and the supply of drugs head-on. Brenda Williston-Floyd... [Read More]
The tax reform package making its way through Congress will have a mixed impact on Island residents. The House passed its version on Nov. 16,... [Read More]
To the Editor: Here are some facts about the fluoride order in Edgartown. The board of health voted and posted the order without consulting the... [Read More]
To the Editor: The longstanding tradition of Islanders making a living working the waterfront is a significant part of our heritage here on the Vineyard.... [Read More]
To the Editor: Christmas and the arrival of Santa are magical, especially for children. Last Wednesday night, right in the middle of downtown Oak Bluffs,... [Read More]
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