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Vineyard Physical Therapy closes after 25 years

Karen Kukolich of Vineyard Physical Therapy in Edgartown has retired.

Federal panel advises Secretary Salazar to deny Cape Wind permit

Cape Wind Associates' nine-year effort to place 130 wind turbines on Horseshoe Shoal hit another bump in the regulatory road last week.

An honor

I am writing to thank you for your support of the Island Spelling Bee.

Vineyard Haven is already busy

As a longtime seasonal resident (12 summers) I would like to express my strong disapproval of the proposed wine-and-beer licensing in Vineyard Haven.

Hearty congratulations

Clearly the nation is opening a new chapter in providing health care for most all of its citizens.


Last weekend, a group of spirited tennis players from across the Island came together to help raise money to purchase tennis uniforms for the boys and girls high school tennis teams.

Art and eggs: Easter hunts at Field Gallery and Tabernacle

A hazy fog hung over the Field Gallery in West Tisbury Sunday morning, making the annual search for Easter eggs all the more mysterious for an excited band of youngsters who charged toward the whimsical sculptures shortly after 9:30 am.

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The aroma of baked goods may return soon to Back Alley's, the popular mid-Island mainstay for hungry Islanders and visitors looking for early morning coffee and pastry or lunchtime sandwiches.

Fine lines: Tom Hale’s lighthouses

"There's a Light to Starboard, Sir, right off our lee bow!" Tom Hale, 28 pages, printed in 2010 by Tisbury Printer.

Planning board contest, override questions top Edgartown election

Edgartown's polls will be open from 10 am to 7 pm on Thursday, April 15, at the town hall meeting room in Edgartown.

Grant buckles in safety in Oak Bluffs

Oak Bluffs police will use a new $2,500 grant to purchase car seats and booster seats for those who cannot afford them.

Edgartown to decide $1 million in overrides

Edgartown voters will be presented a $28.

Huge success

I have to say thank you, thank you, and thank you to all the people who helped to make the Celebrity Waiters Pasta Dinner at the Federated Church, for the benefit of the Haiti Peace Quilts project, such a huge success.

A cause dear to her

Thanks to all who donated their time, services, words, song, and goods for the wonderful memorial and celebration event for Penelope Dickens.

Fun and educational day

Approximately 60 people attended the Oak Bluffs Public Library's 2nd annual Technology Fair on Saturday, March 20.

Pisano Gallery closes after four years

The Belushi Pisano Gallery, established in 2005, will close.

Mediation Collaborative is approved provider

SSW Mediation Collaborative in Vineyard Haven recently received approval to provide mediation services in two departments and three divisions of Massachusetts courts, according to a press release.

American Red Cross offers chokesaver training class

The American Red Cross, Cape Cod and Islands Chapter, will offer a chokesaver for restaurant emergencies training class on April 10, at the YMCA at Cottager's Corner, 57 Pequot Avenue, Oak Bluffs.

Island Alpaca poses birthday challenege

Island Alpaca will award a $100 gift certificate to the person who guesses the pregnant female that will deliver the first baby alpaca this spring.