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68th Derby Results

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Week ending 9/24/2013

Gone Fishin’: Visiting German fisherman’s Derby catch is no wiener

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Daniel Hiemer reeled in a 19.69 pound blue, the biggest in years.

American soldiers are up to the Saltwater Challenge

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The fifth annual fishing vacation provides a welcome Martha's Vineyard respite for soldiers wounded in service.

Up-Island regional school committee starts new year with unexpected costs

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Additional costs for residential care and English language instruction require some budget adjustments from the Up-Island Regional School District.

Ted Box announces that Seeker will move to a new home by November 15

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Scow schooner will migrate along Beach Road to the Shell station.|

Downtown turnaround – planning the road back to a robust Circuit Avenue

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Business leaders and public officials discuss the unique challenges confronting down-Island business districts.

Oak Bluffs selectmen vote to cut down East Chop drive to one lane

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Despite local lobbying for a closure, the town will keep one lane of storm battered East Chop Drive open, for now.

Fall soccer teams take to the pitch

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As the fall Cranberry League season begins to ripen, Vineyard youth soccer teams played three matches over the weekend.

Vineyard girls win two of three

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In a busy stretch of three matches in five days, Martha's Vineyard played with grit and determination against Coyle Cassidy, Whitinsville, and Dennis-Yarmouth.

MV Boys blank Coyle Cassidy for fourth straight win

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The Vineyarders are in top form, undefeated through seven matches and unscored upon for more than 400 minutes.

MVRHS sports highlights

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The Vineyarders stood at 4-2-1 heading into a home match with Bishop Fenwick of Peabody on Wednesday afternoon.

Dredging presentation will highlight new technologies

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The latest innovations aim to take the drudge out of dealing with dredging sludge.

Edgartown scallop season begins October 1

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Edgartown selectmen approved dates and rule changes for the upcoming scalloping season.

Zoning change requested in West Tisbury to accommodate a marijuana dispensary

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The North Tisbury mixed business district is the focus of a request to allow both cultivation and sales of medicinal marijuana.

Edgartown will take a $2 million loss on sale of the Warren House

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On Monday, selectmen accepted a bid of $2.5 million for the decaying building.

Engagement

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Patricia Medeiros and Sam Koohy, both of Edgartown, have announced their engagement.

NSTAR public hearing comes to a close at MVC

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The Martha's Vineyard Commission concluded an NSTAR public hearing Thursday, with a call for better communication in the future.

Spaces available in yoga teacher training class

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Students have gone on to use their yoga training in schools, with veterans, prisoners, people with disabilities, and others.

No more chop suey and canned peas

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The lunch rooms at my high school were in the cellar.