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He has a plan for you

To the Editor: It must be a relief for you to be out of the headlines – The Gazette, The MV Times, even the Boston...

Business brief: Jennifer Klein joins The Yoga Barn

Jennifer Klein, licensed massage therapist, announced that as of September 9 she will see clients out of The Yoga Barn at 1 Red Barn...

July homes sales highest since June 2006

Others have expressed concern for the state economy.

Business brief: Vineyard will host Gyrokinesis workshop and New York instructor

GYROKINESIS®, founded more than 40 years ago by Juliu Horvath, is a seated and mat-based movement class where postures are not held for long periods of time but are smoothly and harmoniously connected through the use of breath enhancing aerobic and cardiovascular techniques, allowing users to stretch and strengthen muscles, while simultaneously stimulating and strengthening connective tissues in and around the joints of the body, according to a press release.

Police arrest three men with $15,000 worth of prescription painkillers

Police found a bottle containing 268 Percocets and said the suspects had lengthy criminal records.

Oak Bluffs selectmen edge toward a decision on East Chop Drive

The Oak Bluffs selectmen roads and byways committee held a well attended meeting last Thursday to discuss the future of East Chop drive.

Housing Trust will buy apartment building in Vineyard Haven

The one- and two-bedroom units will be rented to income qualified Islanders

Tisbury selectmen consider options for Water Street parking lot redesign

In the wake of a 90-minute discussion, Tisbury will form a committee to review parking lot issues associated with the proposed Stop & Shop expansion.

Debit card skim scam hits Island bank customers

The reported locations of unauthorized withdrawals totalling nearly $100,000 ranged from the bright lights of Broadway to a midwest Walmart.

Rubbish damages landscape in Oak Bluffs

Oak Bluffs highway superintendent Richard Combra Jr. has had enough of people trashing his town

Thank you, and goodbye

The bright idea in economic circles, for more than half a century, has been to build up the Island's shoulder seasons.

Douglas F. Mazzotta Jr.

A celebration of his life will he held in Connecticut at a later date.

Saving the Gay Head Light with lemonade

Two lemonade stands run by youths raised $200 to donate to the iconic Aquinnah landmark.

Island teachers begin new year with opening day rally

Buoyed by a rousing program Tuesday morning, Martha's Vineyard Public Schools educators returned to their schools and classrooms.

Couple’s worries about overweight baggage end with arrest

A sharp-eyed Stop & Shop loss prevention employee thwarted a shoplifting spree at several Island stores.

Ernest Pachico

Ernest Pachico of Vineyard Haven died on August 25 at Martha's Vineyard Hospital, after a brief illness.

Douglas F. Mazzotta Jr.

On Thursday, August 29, Douglas F.

Joseph E. Jerome

Arrangements are under the care of the Chapman, Cole & Gleason Funeral Home, Oak Bluffs.