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Ask the Geek: Coolest tech gadgets you gave?

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Dear Geek, Hope you had a nice holiday season, and thanks for your tech rendition of “’Twas the Night Before Christmas.” Aside from the devices...

New business consulting company launched on Martha’s Vineyard

India Rose, the founder and former executive director of the Island nonprofit CEO Martha’s Vineyard, announced this week that she has launched Hustle and...

Powerful storm didn’t knock out power

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In the end, the Jan. 4 storm that hit Martha’s Vineyard may be remembered more for what it didn’t do than what it did....

Local lowdown on feds’ cannabis crackdown

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Responding to the new mandate from U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions that U.S. state prosecutors enforce federal cannabis laws in states where marijuana is...

Martha’s Vineyard waters reopen to shellfishing

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Updated Jan. 8 Massachusetts Division of Marine Fisheries Director David Pierce has announced that as of sunrise on Monday, Jan. 8, all state waters...

Stormy weather got you stuck? Mr. Araujo is there

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A large winter storm such as a bombogenesis tends to keep drivers off the road, but in Trey Araujo’s case, he is willing to...

Winter storm Grayson: We’re all in it together

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Islanders! Send us your storm photos and a short description of what you photographed, and where. Add any observations you have of storm damage,...

Storm’s effects still being felt

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We will update this throughout the day, as we receive cancellations and notices. Please send anything we've missed to editor@mvtimes.com. The first ferry of the...

Lack of communication

In November, a state official visited the Island to listen to police chiefs, fire chiefs, emergency medical officials, and Sheriff Robert Ogden plead for...

Supreme Court may consider Wampanoag case

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Once again, the case involving the Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah) has been distributed for conference Friday by the U.S. Supreme Court. The...

Andrea’s Auto takes over at McIntosh Motors

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Updated Andrea Campbell, longtime mechanic at McIntosh Motors in Edgartown, is taking over at the location of McIntosh Motors from Bruce McIntosh. Terms of...

Winter produce delivery started

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As the pilot season of the Mobile Market came to a close, customers expressed a need for fresh produce during the off-season as well....

An alternative pathway to recovery

Martha’s Vineyard Community Services (MVCS) and Fly Yoga Outreach are collaborating to offer a four-week “Yoga for Recovery”’ series beginning Monday, Jan. 8. The...

Pit bulls get reprieve

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Although Oak Bluffs selectmen voted unanimously on Dec. 12 to euthanize two pit bulls with a troublesome history after a near-fatal attack on a...

MVRHS pucksters get hot in New Hampshire

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The 0-4 Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School hockey team found its reset button in chilly New Hampshire last weekend, winning two in a row...

Dogs facing death rescued from Bermuda

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As many as three pit bulls or pit bull–looking dogs could be headed to Martha’s Vineyard for adoption after a rescue mission by the...

A New Year, a new you

Winter is a time to a) sit at home and reflect — preferably in front of the TV or computer screen — or b)...

Martha’s Vineyard 911 dispatch — the first, first responders

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They are there for you, 24/7, 365 days a year. They handle emergencies, tragedies, and at times comedies. From the Communications Center at Martha’s...

Visiting Vet: A Christmas emergency

Things are usually quiet at my office over the winter holidays. Everyone is focused on family and friends, not fleas and fecal tests, but...

This Was Then: The new jail

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During 1874-5, a new jail was built on the corner of Main and Pine streets in Edgartown. Pressure to move the jail had begun...