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Featured favorites: Historical novels and books on wild animals

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Top 5 historical novels, according to Edgartown Books and Bunch of Grapes.

Frances Rose Hull Terrill

A memorial service will be held in the West Tisbury Congregational Church on Friday, November 1 at 2 pm with a reception at the church.

Gone Huntin’: Field care puts quality venison on the table

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Island butchers offer tips to hunters on how best to handle a down deer.

Maureen Gazaille of Edgartown is named state volunteer of the year

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Ten years ago she asked what she could do to help at Windemere and she never stopped helping.

Upcoming events on Martha’s Vineyard

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This week: literary trivia, a Halloween dance party, and a discussion of India's economy.

What’s cooking in Vineyard kitchens

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Popular cookbooks include "Moosewood Cookbook" and "The Naked Chef."

Kathleen Robertson

Her memorial service took place on September 20 at Saint Martha's Parish in Plainville, attended by close family and friends.

Dog adoption facility proposed in Oak Bluffs

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The board was receptive to the idea, pending the potential cost and liability to the town.

Oak Bluffs designated a regional Veterans Day observance site

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The Island's Veterans Day parade steps off from Nancy's Restaurant in Oak Bluffs at 10:45 am on November 11.

Mass second in value of fish landings in 2012

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According to the report, Alaska led all states in volume with landings of 5.

Flood insurance rate changes are the focus of MV Insurance seminar

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Flood insurance specialist Jana Critchfield described sharply increased costs for coverage, at the Harbor View Hotel Wednesday

Auditors cautiously optimistic for Oak Bluffs finances, fire department

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The town has righted the ship, but must maintain discipline moving forward.

Selectmen seek answers on CVEC funds and projects

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Island leaders are getting antsy about delayed construction and asking questions about the organization's future financial viability.

Rural scholars report highlights Island childhood obesity

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The study looked at the number of Martha's Vineyard kids who are overweight or obese, and made recommendations.

Halls file shade tree appeal, Warren House deal closed

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Edgartown selectmen signed the deed to the Warren House and learned that a contract they'd signed for solar power installations is coming back to them for changes.

West Tisbury special town meeting takes up marijuana zoning

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Voters will meet Tuesday to take action on 12 warrant articles that include a change in how the town treasurer is selected.

Lure entrepreneur grows business to meet growing international demand

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Peter Johnson's Roberts Lures are an increasingly hot commodity for fishermen all over the world.

Aquinnah holds special town meeting Tuesday

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Money articles, lighthouse parcel, and zoning changes top the warrant.
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