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Winter storm winds down, ferries resume

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While the snow is over, forecasters say temperatures will fall even further tonight, creating dangerous wind chill.

Midnight gunfire ends in New Year’s Eve arrest

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Oak Bluffs Police arrest man on multiple charges and seize cache of weapons.

2014: The national landscape has changed health care

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In step with Obamacare, Martha's Vineyard Hospital sees changes in records and patient care.

Round and round the Vineyard goes

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A very good year ended, and maybe a chance for a TV role.

For the Wampanoag tribe, a year of change, with more to come

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The newly elected chairman of the Aquinnah Wampanoags looks to communication and cooperation to advance his people's agenda.

For VNA and its caregiving mission, fresh challenges lie ahead

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Changes in health care will make 2014 a year of difficult choices, with important consequences for Vineyarders.

Letters from your neighbors

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Members of the Martha's Vineyard community offer thoughts on where we're headed in 2014

John J. Varkonda

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John J.

Chilmark

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Oh! How could I almost forget! A very happy sixth birthday to Miss Emily Boyd, my most favorite New Year's baby.

Oak Bluffs

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Peace.

Tisbury

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Heard on Main Street: At least keep your New Year's resolutions through the end of the week.

West Tisbury

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I had written the above and was ready to send it in to the Times when the phone rang.

Edgartown

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Birthday wishes go out this week to Debbie Elias, who celebrates January 4; to Dee Laird and Jake Sylvia, on January 5; to Alex Morrison and Lindsay Medeiros, on January 6; and to Katie Jordan, on January 7.

Aquinnah

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Happy Birthday to Megan Ottens-Sargent who celebrates on January 6.

What’s next? He can’t wait

To the Editor: Regarding the MV Times Editorial, "As always the question is, What's Next?" (December 26), Having read same, it made me think what...

We need more info and stats about Lyme disease

To the Editor: About the article on Lyme associated with heart disease (Dec. 24, "CDC says Lyme associated with three sudden heart deaths"), I was...

Opiate addiction on Martha’s Vineyard hits home

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Recovering addicts talk about overcoming addiction with the help of a controversial drug.

Postal Service hikes rates to recoup recession losses

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Need an incentive to write and mail those holiday thank-you notes promptly? On January 26 a first-class stamp will increase from 46 to 49...