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Oak Bluffs coffee shop closed, then reopened, after inspection

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A food inspector noted numerous violations during a September 23 inspection.

Meet Your Merchant: Susan Sanford of Vineyard Complementary Medicine

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Celebrating the tenth anniversary of her business, Ms. Sanford says, "I never had any intention of opening a physical therapy private practice."

In sickness and in health: Films about coping with illness

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Three films are playing across the Vineyard this week dealing with Alzheimer's and cancer.

Heather Kochin of Rainy Day

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Forty years ago, Rainy Day got its name because the owners knew that shopping is the perfect activity for a rainy day.

Meet Your Merchant: Karen Flynn and Jackie Morgan of The Bite

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After surviving the Menemsha fire of 2010, and thousands of hungry tourists each summer, The Bite celebrates its 25th season.

Meet this merchant: Leslie Segal of Vineyard Audiology

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Martha's Vineyard merchants celebrate milestone anniversaries. Lesley Segal of Vineyard Audiology has been here to help you hear for 15 years.

Cars with alternative power, and plenty of it

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Vineyard residents test drive electric vehicles as part of a national event.

Martha’s Vineyard wins the day over Nantucket

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Vineyard teams won four and tied one on a busy Saturday of inter-island sports.

Bishop Feehan edges Martha’s Vineyard in 3 OT, 9-6

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The Vineyarders were a yard away from a history making win.

Chappaquiddick clears first hurdle to getting Comcast cable TV

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Enough residents have committed to buy cable services for the project to move ahead.

Oak Bluffs planning board mulls medical marijuana dispensary sites

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Not near school or residential areas or parks, with parking discretion in mind, three possible sites emerge.

Service Saturday for Georgia Sutton Franklin

A service of remembrance and celebration of the life of

Four Island applicants are closer to marijuana dispensary permits

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As many as five medical marijuana shops possible in Dukes County.

Framingham man found dead on North Shore beach

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State Police are investigating the death of a man who traveled to the Island Tuesday

Arena seeks to build a cell phone tower

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The ice arena took the wind out of earlier plans and proposes to build a simpler, shorter wireless communications tower.

Sports highlights

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Former MVRHS quarterback Mike McCarthy became the fourth QB in the history of Bridgewater State University to pass for more than 3,000 yards in a career, following the Bears 51-20 victory over Worcester State on Friday.

Corrections

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The court report published on September 19 incorrectly substituted cocaine for oxycodone in the disposition of a case for Joseph F.
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