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Health care providers grapple with aging

The November 8 conference on healthy Island aging followed on a recently completed study.

Edgartown’s 11 North restaurant will become handicap compliant

"It seems to fit most of the criteria," chairman of the shellfish committee Jack Blake said.

Deer collisions escalate, stretch Tisbury DPW

If your vehicle strikes a deer, do not touch the animal.

SSA reviews preliminary Woods Hole terminal designs

In other SSA business, the members voted to renew its transportation agreement with the Martha's Vineyard Regional High School with no increase in the fixed $60,000 contract.

Edgartown celebrates groundbreaking for CVEC solar arrays

Town officials and CVEC leaders braved a snowstorm to officially launch a sun-powered renewable energy project.

For tribe members, election is about who we are

To the Editor: In regards to the news release from National Indian Gaming Commission (NIGC) that we are able to have Class ll gaming on...

I did not abuse Letty

To the Editor: Tashmoo beach has offered a relaxing daily experience for my dog Letty since her early years. On September 3, while driving in...

Gambling aims at a home here

Sunday's election to choose a chairman of the Wampanoag tribe ought to be watched carefully by Vineyarders.

These animals are looking for fur-ever homes – make one part of your family

Both the M.V. Animal Shelter and M.V. Helping Homeless Animals have pets ready for you.

Lifelong learning

And there you have it, the key to the trends documented by the CDC.

Please return

To the Editor: CROP Hunger Walk is a worthy event held annually in October on the Vineyard. It is a fundraiser for both local Vineyard...

Data and reality

To the Editor: Really? Thirty percent of island children are overweight or obese? Really? While I support and celebrate the many initiatives that have brought healthier...

Complete Streets

To the Editor: I support the ideas expressed in Nis Kildegaard's article . Priscilla Leclerc of the Martha's Vineyard Commission and I just returned from...

Bullying a society-wide threat

To the Editor: Not a day goes by but another story comes out about a child or adult being bullied. The outcomes are always the...

Home-based business rules must be enforced

To the Editor: You are all invited to attend the unjust November 19 selectmen's meeting addressing the long simmering issue regarding the neglected home based...

Open containers and smoking joints

Last week the West Tisbury special town meeting indefinitely postponed a proposed bylaw governing the use of medicinal marijuana in public places.

Robert Gray

A memorial celebration of Bob's life will be held in December.

Hug someone today

To the Editor: "There is tremendous happiness in making others happy, despite our own situations. Shared grief is half the sorrow, but happiness when shared,...

Meeting the needs of our Vineyard Haven customers

For many years, Stop & Shop has been a local employer and member of the Martha's Vineyard community. We have worked diligently to provide...

Three artists join forces for Chilmark Library exhibit

See the works of Claire Chalfoun, Lyn Hinds, and Ruth Kirchmeier now through December 5