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An Oak Bluffs Police internal investigation reveals that large amounts of cocaine were delivered to a condo owned by former Det. James Morse, though the... [Read More]
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Five Corners and Beach Road are both flooded this morning. Cars and trucks are splashing through the deep water from the overnight nor'easter with pedestrians... [Read More]
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Oak Bluffs voters denied an extra $1.3 million to build a new town hall at the town's special election Thursday. Voters shot down the funds... [Read More]
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Bruce Bullen, a former state Medicaid commissioner and a chief operating officer of two of the state's largest health insurance plans, has been added to... [Read More]
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The Martha's Vineyard Museum is holding a sale on Saturday, Nov. 17, from 10 am to 2 pm at its Edgartown campus, according to an... [Read More]
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Oak Bluffs and Tisbury firefighters descended on a warehouse at the old HN Hinckley and Sons property Wednesday night for structure fire drill. Though it... [Read More]
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The MVTimes office will be closed Thursday, Nov. 22 and Friday, Nov. 23 for the Thanksgiving Holiday. Papers will be distributed on Wednesday, Nov. 21.... [Read More]
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Here on the Vineyard the frost is on last month's pumpkin, and the bird bath has a thin sheet of ice. Finally time to turn... [Read More]
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At a special election Thursday, Oak Bluffs voters defeated a debt exclusion question for an additional $1.3 million to build a new town hall. [Read More]
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Some offices in the Edgartown courthouse closed early Wednesday due to frigid temperatures caused by a broken heating system. [Read More]
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When it comes time to sit down for Thanksgiving dinner next Thursday afternoon, it's important to remember the families who aren't able to afford such... [Read More]
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On Saturday, Nov. 17, from 3 to 4pm, the West Tisbury library hosts a rock concert for kids and families featuring the Pinkletinks. The musicians... [Read More]
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Rep. Dylan Fernandes, D-Falmouth, will hold his first office hours on Martha's Vineyard since his election to a second term, on Monday, Nov. 19, at... [Read More]
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In the early morning hours of Saturday, Nov. 3, Kathleen Cowley heard rustling sounds coming from inside her chocolate and jewelry shop. Cowley, owner of... [Read More]
Two school committee meetings slated for Thursday will mark the next chapter in the polarized high school athletic field grass versus artificial turf debate. At... [Read More]
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The long-anticipated Beach Road decision has been pushed back further after Tisbury selectmen were unable to reach a conclusion at a meeting Tuesday. Much to... [Read More]
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Most 18-year-olds are applying to college, taking time off to work, or headed to the next party, but Keith Chatinover is not most 18-year-olds. Last... [Read More]
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Last week mariners gathered in Menemsha for a series of workshops geared toward enhanced safety while engaged in what is statistically among the most dangerous... [Read More]
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When I arrived on the Vineyard in 1997, moving into a relatively new house with conventional landscaping in Oak Bluffs, I knew very little about... [Read More]
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William J. ("Bill") Stafursky, 70, died unexpectedly and peacefully at home on Nov. 1, 2018. He was born in Greenfield on March 28, 1948, to... [Read More]
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