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Tisbury’s West Chop view enhanced, minus poles and wires

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Projects by private homeowners to remove utility poles and bury wires on Main Street along Tisbury's West Chop provide a winning view for everyone.

Edwin L. Sibert Jr.

Edwin Luther Sibert Jr.

“All’s Well” with Martha’s Vineyard’s Shakespeare for the Masses

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After a short hiatus, Shakespeare for the Masses will roll out another of their crowd pleasing productions March 9 and 10 at The Pit Stop.

In the kitchen with Martha’s Vineyard’s Merrick Carreiro

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In the third of a series of conversations with chefs, The Times asked Ms. Carreiro a few questions to get to know her better.

Third in Olympia Brown series by Judith Campbell

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Judith Campbell's third Olympia Brown mystery, "A Despicable Mission," is set on Martha's Vineyard, where she was pastor of the UUSMV for 7 years

Mass primary is today, polls open from 7am to 8pm

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Massachusetts is one of ten states holding presidential primaries on so-called "Super Tuesday."

Martha’s Vineyard girls lose to Fairhaven 55 to 41

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Coach Stewart said the second half, when the Vineyarders fought back in the face of great adversity, was a microcosm of the team's entire season.

Tisbury’s proposed new property valuations available for review

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Tisbury's proposed new Fiscal Year 2012 property values are available for taxpayers' review during a public disclosure period March 5-12.

Sherry L. Winnette

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Martha’s Vineyard boys hockey team falls to Oliver Ames, 3-1

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The number five ranked Vineyarders could not get by the number four ranked Tigers, in the quarterfinal MIAA game.

Martha’s Vineyard girls end hockey season in 4-3 loss to Norwood

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"I think we showed we can skate with the better teams, we played so great today against a very good team." – Coach Fiorito after the Norwood loss.

Martha’s Vineyard boys five cruises over Feehan, 71-52

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The second seeded Vineyardars will next play Westwood on Wednesday at 5:30 pm in Taunton.

Pilot Parcels Project calls for farmers with fresh ideas

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Farmers and gardeners take note: Five one-acre plots are available at The FARM Institute in Edgartown.

Vineyard girls basketball team beats East Bridgewater 52-34

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With a convincing victory, the Martha's Vineyard girls advance to the semi-finals of the state tournament.

Martha’s Vineyard fan bus available for boys hockey game Saturday

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"We want to put as many people as possible in the stands. The team thrives on the crowd support," said booster club vice president Bill Davies.