Monthly Archives: May 2011

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Martha's Vineyard observed Memorial Day in a solemn ceremony punctuated by the poignant remarks of James S. Craig, who called to mind long-lost comrades.

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Told with straightforward candor,"Reading My Father" by Alexandra Styron offers every privileged bit of information you've wondered and wanted to know about the Styron family.

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In the event of expected rain late this morning, the Tisbury Memorial Day Picnic will be pushed back from noon to 1 pm.

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Thick fog Thursday dampened the start of nonstop Jet Blue service between John F.

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Oak Bluffs voters defeated two Proposition 2.

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The SSA announced late Wednesday, May 25, that the Governor's 6:30 pm trip from Vineyard Haven to Woods Hole had been canceled because of mechanical problems.

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Oak Bluffs selectmen considered a new outdoor music policy at their Tuesday meeting, but finally settled on a stopgap measure that effectively rules out amplified bands at harbor restaurants until selectmen revisit the issue at their next meeting, on June 14.

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Up-Island emergency responders including police, ambulance, Wampanoag tribe (WTGH) rangers and Coast Guard personnel scrambled late on the morning of May 18 following a report of a "boater in distress" off Lobsterville Beach in Aquinnah.

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The reconstruction of the Coast Guard Station Menemsha dock, destroyed by

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A writer who became a reporter, then a public relations executive, then a historian, Arthur Roy Railton died peacefully at Martha's Vineyard Hospital last week of respiratory failure after a very brief illness.