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Airport commissioners this week sought to downplay plans for a major expansion of the airport, saying an upcoming environmental hearing is just the first step... [Read More]
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When officer James (Jamie) Craig, the hands-on-hips 26-year veteran of the Edgartown police force enters a room, he doesn't think much about the decor. He... [Read More]
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A consulting firm asked to evaluate the financial systems of the Martha's Vineyard Airport has found a litany of issues with the airport's reporting processes. [Read More]
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On the Same Page, the delightful new book by novelist and Vineyard resident N. D. Galland, centers around an unlikely Capulet-Montague rivalry: two Martha's Vineyard... [Read More]
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A little taste of winter is just about perfect on these still mild January days. [Read More]
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Selectmen voted to grant Adam Epstein, CEO of Innovation Arts and Entertainment, commercial use of Veteran's Memorial Park, however, delayed granting him an entertainment license... [Read More]
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A spectacular total lunar eclipse will grace Vineyard skies beginning on Sunday evening and continuing into Monday morning, but weather forecasters are predicting a wintry... [Read More]
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Emergency service call centers throughout the state of Massachusetts can now accept 911 text messages, according to a Wednesday press release from Gov. Charlie Baker's... [Read More]
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Edgartown has offered remediation for the four closest abutters who were concerned about the quality of their well water after a sewage main leak off... [Read More]
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Nearing the halfway point of the season, the Martha's Vineyard Regional High School winter sports teams are overcoming sluggish starts and finding their groove. [Read More]
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Nantucket may have scored the first basket, but the Vineyard took over soon after as the girls high school basketball team beat their rival 31-22... [Read More]
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Tisbury firefighters responded to a fire in the basement of 209 Franklin street Friday afternoon. The house has since been condemned by the town Board... [Read More]
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Unlike the wet, rainy winds in spring, the soft winds of summer or the rustly, quickening breezes of fall, the winter wind is a sound... [Read More]
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]
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]
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]
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]
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]
On Saturday, one of the most picturesque spots on the Vineyard turned into one of the most serene, as families, friends and loved ones gathered... [Read More]
On the Vineyard a sense of healing envelops you. The place that embodies this spirit most of all is the Edgartown Lighthouse Children's Memorial. [Read More]
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