Yearly Archives: 2014

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At Tuesday night’s selectmen’s meeting, Oak Bluffs town administrator Robert Whritenour announced that the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has reversed its initial rejection...

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Updated 8:25 am, Thursday This summer, Oak Bluffs harbormaster Todd Alexander will no longer have to field a steady stream of complaints from boaters about...

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Beth Tessmer, a nine-year employee who was promoted, suspended, and then fired in less than one year, filed a civil complaint on May 6...

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Local health authorities will not have to close beaches to swimming unless water samples fail to meet public health standards two days in a row.

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The Steamship Authority (SSA) Tuesday approved a “preferred alternative” design concept for a new Woods Hole terminal with the caveat that “the site’s accessibility...

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Gov. Deval Patrick has proposed to eliminate the cap on liquor licenses in communities around the state, and local leaders couldn’t be drunker with...

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National Safe Boating Week begins Saturday, May 17. In that spirit, the Martha’s Vineyard detachment of the Coast Guard Auxiliary will offer free safety...

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A news story published May 8,  "Battling Addiction on Martha's Vineyard" mistakenly stated that Richard Manning has been a resident at Vineyard House since December...

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The Vineyarders improved to 5-10 with a 21-9 six-inning win over John O’ Bryant on May 12 in Boston. Mariah Duarte was 3 for 4...

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The MVRHS boys tennis team bounced back after suffering its first defeat of the season May 7 against Bishop Feehan by winning three straight...