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Edgartown man facing federal charges is busted with heroin

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Edgartown Police arrested David Herrmann of Edgartown Friday, on drug dealing charges following a search of the room where he lives in the house of his parents.

Martha’s Vineyard real estate – a review of 2010

As you might imagine, given the general state of the economy, anyone with any sort of interest in all things Martha's Vineyard is asking us what may lay in store for Island real estate in 2011.

Noteworthy events

West Tisbury photographer Alan Brigish's book "Breathing in the Buddha: A Photographic Exploration of Buddhist Life in Indochina" was recently awarded first place in the photography category of the ninth annual Do It Yourself (DIY) Book Festival in Los Angeles.

From vision to reality, Whitney Andresen worked it out

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It's a long way from Picnic Point in Menemsha Pond to the beaches on Phuket, Thailand, and perhaps even farther back to the fashion district in New York, but neither geographic nor cultural chasms have deterred Whitney Andresen from following her dream to create her own swimwear company.

Edgartown library trustees face challenge in April election

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Edgartown voters will find four contested races on the town election ballot when they go to the polls on April 14.

Lively races set for selectman, fincom, in Oak Bluffs

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The Oak Bluffs election ballot will feature what promises to be a lively six-way race for two seats on the board of selectmen.

Survivor of two shipwrecks, Essex skipper now in history’s grip

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If ever someone qualified for consideration as a victim of post-traumatic stress disorder, it was certainly Capt.

James Taylor, Robert Brustein among White House honorees

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On Wednesday, President Obama awarded National Medal of Arts and National Humanities Medal to James Taylor and Robert Brustein.

SSA prepares to install switchback ramps to meet accessibility rules

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The Steamship Authority is preparing to install new passenger loading ramps at its four main terminals.

Beekeeping boom on Martha’s Vineyard

The buzz around honeybees is bittersweet on the Vineyard.