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Bishop Stang, Martha’s Vineyard boys, skate to 4-4 tie

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The Vineyarders led 3-1 and 4-3 but couldn't hold on for the win in an Eastern Athletic Conference matchup Wednesday at the M.V. Arena.

Martha’s Vineyard girls skate past BMW, 3-1

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Aubrey Ashmun scored twice and Kassidy Bettencourt once as the Vineyarders picked up two crucial points in the push for the playoffs.

Martha’s Vineyard beats Somerset Berkley in girls hoops

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Maggie Riseborough, Jenny Lindland, and Katie Stewart paced the Vineyard attack in a tough, physical 58-44 league win over the Lady Raiders.

West Tisbury forum airs competing visions for Mill Pond

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The options include dredging, weed maintenance, and removal of the historic dam.

Open forum Monday to discuss gun control legislation

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There will be an open forum Monday, February 4 to discuss support of Senator Diane Feinstein's gun control bill that would regulate assault weapons, require universal background checks and place a limit on magazine capacity.

Monday services scheduled for Linda Marinelli, dead at 81

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A hard working woman and not at all retiring, she ran a bay scallop processing business before becoming a force in Oak Bluffs civic and political life.

Manison House fitness director attends ECA World Fitness Conference

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Mansion House fitness director Brenda Wallis will attend the ECA World Fitness Conference in New York City on February 7 to learn about current fitness trends, new exercises, equipment and the latest industry news, according to a press release.

Six-month school suspension is an extreme punishment, therapist says

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The psychologist, who specializes in working with young people, said it is an unnecessary punishment.

Mother says high school student exclusion policy is overly harsh

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The 15-year-old sophomore, excluded for smoking marijuana, is not eligible to re-enter the high school until Sept. 5, 2013.

Edgartown supports contract for Comcast cable to Chappaquiddick

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After nearly two years of negotiation, selectmen say they agree the contract is the best deal available.

Tisbury selectman will interview administrator candidates Saturday

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The three finalists all have administrative experience and a fondness for the Vineyard.

Chappaquiddick DAS draws no wireless takers

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Mobile phone carriers have shown no interest in providing wireless service to the remote island through a distributed antennae system.

New York woman sentenced to prison in drug trafficking case

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Mitefea Kelly, described as a drug courier from the Hollis neighborhood of Queens, New York, was carrying 270 grams of cocaine when arrested.

Dukes County grand jury indicts Worcester man on drug charge

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A Dukes County Superior Court grand jury, meeting on Tuesday, January 29, indicted John J.

Sprinkler problem at Oak Bluffs ferry terminal

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Oak Bluffs firefighters and Steamship Authority personnel responded to an alarm at the Oak Bluffs terminal late Tuesday evening where they found a malfunctioning sprinkler system and a leaking pipe.

Sylvia L. Weiss

Sylvia Lee (Day) Weiss of Oak Bluffs died on Monday evening, January 28, after a short illness.

Martha’s Vineyard District Court report

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January 10, 2013 Anthony J. Deharo, Vineyard Haven; DOB 2/22/69, OUI-liquor or .08%, 2nd offense: guilty – 2 ½; years in the house of correction,...

Academic Honors

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Zoe Fisher of Aquinnah at Roger Williams University in Bristol, R.

Births

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Marlin S.
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