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US Mint rolls out coin honoring Wampanoag Tribe

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Federal and Wampanoag tribal officials Friday introduced the 2011 Native American $1 coin during a ceremony at the Plimoth Plantation in Plymouth.

West Tisbury 2011 Annual Town Meeting Warrant

In the name of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts you are hereby directed to notify and warn the inhabitants of West Tisbury qualified to vote in elections and in Town affairs to meet in the West Tisbury Elementary School, Old County Road, in said Town on Tuesday the Twelfth day of April, Two Thousand Eleven, at Seven O'Clock in the evening; then and there to act on the articles of this Warrant.

How insects survive Martha’s Vineyard winters

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If you think you're glad winter is over, imagine how insects feel.

Edgartown 2011 Annual Town Meeting Warrant

In the name of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts you are hereby directed to notify and warn the inhabitants of said Town, qualified to vote in elections and Town affairs, to meet in the auditorium of the Old Whaling Church (Methodist Church) on Main Street in said Edgartown on Tuesday, the Twelfth day of April, Two Thousand Eleven at seven o'clock in the evening, then and there to act on the Articles in this Warrant, with the exception of Article One.

Mass ATV and dirt bike operators are subject to new regulations

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With warmer weather on the way the Environmental Police issued a press release reminding operators of all terrain vehicles (ATVs) and dirt bikes of new age restrictions, safety education and registration requirements now in effect.

Martha’s Vineyarders capitalize on Adult Community Education

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ACE MV continues to grow as it provides both life-changing choices to Island residents and an environment that encourages taking action.

Martha’s Vineyard drummers welcome spring, honor planet

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More than 50 Islanders gathered around the "Grandmother Tree" at the Tisbury Meadow preserve on Sunday, March 20, to greet spring and honor the earth with an hour or so of chanting and drumming.

Center for Living

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The home page of The Martha's Vineyard Center for Living (MVC4L) website features a quote from C.

Nancy B. Brumley

Nancy Brumley died March 10, 2011, in Vineyard Haven of complications from dementia.

Edgartown Council on Aging appoints new administrator

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The Edgartown Council on Aging (ECOA) announced that Paul Mohair has been named administrator.

Fundraiser at The Wharf for Avon Walk team, Imma Be the Cure

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The Wharf was packed with people and good vibes Saturday night, all in support of Imma Be the Cure, the team of local women who are preparing to walk in the Avon Walk for Breast Cancer in Boston May 14 and 15.

Corrections

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A story published March 24, "Oak Bluffs to take from rainy day fund," incorrectly identified former town finance director and treasurer Paul Manzi as town acountant.

A debate: Pay down Tisbury’s multi-million liability, or not

Tisbury's finance and advisory committee has debated whether to begin funding the town's other post-employment benefits (OP-EB) liability, estimated at between $13- and $20 million, depending on certain assumptions.

Town Meeting Terms and Guidelines

AMENDMENTS: A voter may offer an amendment to a main motion under consideration, providing the scope of the original motion is not enlarged or otherwise altered.