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Steamship Authority governors hold their monthly meeting on the Vineyard this week with a full agenda, including an update on an independent review of operations... [Read More]
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It's an even-numbered year and midterm election season has arrived in Dukes County as well as around the country. [Read More]
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The deadline to register to vote or change party for the Nov. 6 election is Oct. 17. All town clerk's offices will be open that... [Read More]
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On one of the last days of summer we had never seen the bay so flat, still nor had we ever seen a swimmer's unbroken... [Read More]
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Robert Earl Gilkes died at his home in Edgartown on Saturday, Oct. 6, after an 11-year battle with cancer. He was 71. [Read More]
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The Vineyard's shore passed into the distance as Mark Lovewell took the helm of Sea Chantey for a fall sail. [Read More]
The Lagoon Pond drawbridge was back in working order Monday evening after it was closed for three hours, rerouting traffic and prompting an advisory to... [Read More]
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This is the last big weekend of the Island year, a time when autumn points toward Thanksgiving and the holidays beyond. More than that, it's... [Read More]
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Emma Kiley opened Citrine on Main street in Vineyard Haven in 2006. Last month longtime employee Tanya Rustigian took ownership of the boutique clothing store. [Read More]
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Stories are reeled in every day at derby headquarters at the foot of Main street on the Edgartown harbor, of the big one caught and... [Read More]
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A post-summer report says tick populations are up, especially the newest species of disease-carrying arachnid to invade Martha's Vineyard: the lone star tick. [Read More]
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Lone star tick nymphs and adults are spreading and increasing in numbers, data from the MV Tick Programs 2018 yard surveys shows. [Read More]
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For the second time in three years, Rene Da Silva of Vineyard Haven took home the first-place trophy in the annual Gay Head 10K Sunday... [Read More]
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Kathy Domitrovich, the owner of Lola's Southern Seafood in Oak Bluffs, had a closing party to wish farewell to longtime friends as the restaurant closes... [Read More]
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Every third Tuesday of the month, the Martha's Vineyard Bonsai Club, a group as varied and ageless as the tiny junipers, jades and jasmines in... [Read More]
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Island police responded to a number of drunk driving incidents over the weekend. In Oak Bluffs there were two separate arrests for operating under the... [Read More]
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West Tisbury police announced Monday morning that Daniel Gouldrup, a longtime officer with the town, had died at home of apparent natural causes. Officer Gouldrop... [Read More]
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It does not take the autumn equinox to tell us why the the first swamp maples and elms are turning in Island woodlands. [Read More]
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An invasive plant called kudzu has cropped up in West Tisbury and requires an urgent response, the town tree warden told selectmen at their meeting... [Read More]
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Beginning next spring, Islanders can expect seasonal hikes in Steamship Authority vehicle fares and Falmouth parking rates as the boat line seeks to nourish a... [Read More]
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