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With the words “May she have fair winds and following seas and may she bring good luck to all who sail on her,” Greta...

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Updated 11:30 am, Monday Roger Armstrong, a certified public accountant (CPA) and tax preparer with an office on Beach Road in Vineyard Haven, found guilty...

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In what was essentially a symbolic vote, Oak Bluffs voters endorsed a request to chip in for a new administration building for the Martha’s...

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Updated 11 am, Tuesday, April 30 Edgartown Police said Michelle Filkins of Wareham broke into a seasonal residence on Court Street off Road to the Plains near...

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Chilmark voters went to the polls Wednesday and put another nail in the coffin for the proposed new school administration building. Voters looked more kindly...

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April 17, 2015 Ronelle L. Couture, Oak Bluffs; DOB 11/25/75, OUI-liquor or .08%, third offense, negligent operation of motor vehicle, marked lanes violation: continued to...

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Squash Meadow Construction President Bill Potter thinks he could help solve the need for affordable housing, six units at a time. Regulatory assistance and...

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Uber, the Internet-driven ride-sharing service that has boomed in popularity in America and around the world, may soon have a presence on the Vineyard....

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Edgartown Police Detective Sergeant Chris Dolby Wednesday provided an update on the investigation into an alleged sexual assault in the Manuel F. Correllus State...

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Updated Thursday, 11 am. Oak Bluffs Police Detective James Morse presented selectmen with a long list of code violations by LoFT, the bar and...