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What’s up MV: Island celebrates America’s birthday with music

Jazz, Country, Funk and Deejays fill Island bars with music this weekend leading up to the Fourth of July.

Guitarist Pete Huttlinger has the soul and heart of a musician

The accomplished Nashville musician with the mechanical heart is sharing his talents with the Vineyard Thursday night, and Saturday afternoon.

Dukes County commissioners name new county manager

The commissioners selected a Concord, New Hampshire lawyer to be the new county manager. The decision was not easily made.

Martha’s Vineyard Commission approves Rymes Propane project

With questions resolved about the scope and permanency of a development of regional impact designation, the commission approved a new Tisbury propane business.

Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School committee wraps up year

As the school year ends, the high school committee is looking ahead with a five-year capital budget that includes some new, unexpected projects.

Chilmark planning board discusses housing regulations

At a Chilmark planning board meeting Monday, board members and citizens discussed efforts to control house size within the town limits.

Tisbury Senior Center legal clinic outlined strategies for wills

Attorney Arthur Bergeron and college planning consultant Sharon McLaughlin offered tips for making the most out of bequests to children and grandchildren.

Fishing association dinner provides food for thought

Fishermen and those who represent them discuss prospects for their profession at the Home Port in Menemsha.

Ted Morgan steps down from stepping off the July 4th parade

The respected Island leader and former Edgartown selectman said it was time to pass the baton after 43 years of planning the July 4th tradition.

Building not quite booming, but up in Edgartown

Building permits show construction activity on the upswing. Home sales have sparked optimism in the Martha's Vineyard real estate market.


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Martha’s Vineyard celebrates July 4 with parade and fireworks

The Edgartown parade and fireworks are two of the highlights of the Vineyard's July Fourth celebration.

Island Health Care adds new doctor and nurse to staff

Island Health Care, a rural health clinic located at the triangle in Edgartown, announced the addition of nurse practitioner Elizabeth A.

New Tisbury police officers join the ranks

Tisbury special police officers Ryan Natichione and Jeremie Rogers traded in their badges for new ones as permanent police officers officers.

Animal control officer on duty again in Oak Bluffs

Selectmen restore services cut back or eliminated by budget constraints over the past three years.

Martha’s Vineyard Commission passes on Pachico land division

A proposal from the Pachico Family Trust to divide a 1.

Yoga Barn adds new teachers, classes

The Yoga Barn in West Tisbury announced that Emily Phillips and Vanessa Kent have joined the instruction lineup.

Five Seasons Accupuncturist Iris Gold returns

Five Seasons Acupuncture licensed acupuncturist Iris Gold will return to the Yoga Barn in West Tisbury for the months of July, August, and September, according to a press release.

Yoga Haven opens in Vineyard Haven

Yoga Haven Martha's Vineyard, home to FLY Yoga School and Broga® real.

Scholarship winners honoreed at Old Sculpin Gallery

Two awardees and an alternate were honored at Old Sculpin Gallery in Edgartown.