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The All-Island School Committee last week approved a three-year contract for Richie Smith, hired to be the new Martha’s Vineyard assistant superintendent of schools....

OPINION

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Spring weather will eventually arrive. The river herring will too, although in numbers greatly diminished from the 19th century, when Islanders eagerly looked forward...

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Oak Bluffs political and business leaders have been hard at work developing plans and strategies to reinvigorate their town, and improve on the qualities...

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Martha’s Vineyard residents and visitors benefit from a number of private, nonprofit organizations. Most rely on a dedicated core of volunteers who are willing...

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

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To the Editor: The following letter was sent to Oak Bluffs town administrator Robert Whritenour and Mark Barbadoro of the Oak Bluffs Buildings Department. My family...

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To the Editor: My husband hauled moorings on Menemsha Pond until he was 81 years old. He is about to turn 87 in another month....

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To the Editor: The article published March 12, “Cuttyhunkers endure and embrace winter isolation,” points out the challenges of island living. The issues faced on...