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American Legion Auxiliary’s bazaar

The American Legion Auxiliary Unit 257 hosts another Christmas bazaar at its post in Vineyard Haven, just in time for the holidays. On Dec....

Healthy Aging MV annual meeting

Healthy Aging MV will host its annual meeting on Wednesday, Dec. 5, at the YMCA Alex's Place, from 9 am to 12 pm. The...

Embattled guesthouse owners may face another suit

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John and Susan Zarba are due in Land Court Thursday and Friday to face off against the town of Oak Bluffs in a complex...

Oak Bluffs: There’s a new dog in town

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Yes, they were right. I am speaking about the weather forecasters. The day after Thanksgiving brought us freezing cold temperatures, resulting in sad-looking shrubs...

Oak Bluffs looks for next step with town hall

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After a failed ballot vote that threw the new town hall into limbo, Oak Bluffs plans to open up the conversation and focus on...

On my mind: A bible of alternative treatments in psychiatry

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If fortunate, we find teachers in our lives who enhance the way we work and how we see the world. During my training in...

Julian Cyr named finalist for 2018 Tammy Baldwin Award

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State Sen. Julian Cyr, D-Truro, is one of five legislators nationwide named as a finalist for the 2018 Tammy Baldwin Breakthrough Leadership Award by...

The Craic

The willowy girl with Jean Harlow hair 
And dimples that wink in Irish soap skin
 Starts to vogue in the kitchen. She’ll be on the tabletop soon...

Real Estate Transactions: Nov. 19-21, 2018

Edgartown Nov. 19, Jayne Depole-Bogucki sold 14 Zoll Rd. to Michael W. and Katharine O. Beattie for $815,000. Nov. 21, Stephen Kelley sold 5 Garden Cove...

Tisbury board of health takes action on sanitation issue

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For three years, the Tisbury board of health has sent letters to Richard Washington insisting he address his failed septic system. After hearing from...

Tisbury: Lots of holiday happenings

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Heard on Main Street: Sometimes all a person needs is a hand to hold and a heart to understand. The Festival of Wreaths is...

Slice of Life is selling its business

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After 15 years of providing New American cuisine to the people on Martha’s Vineyard, Slice of Life, an Oak Bluffs staple, is selling its...

West Tisbury: Thanksgiving recap

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It’s the last weekend in November. Thanksgiving has come and gone. Now we rush forward towards “the holidays,” Hanukkah, Christmas, and Kwanzaa, with parties,...

Book Talk: ‘Joyce’s Way,’ with Susan Klein and Alan Brigish

On Tuesday, Dec. 4, at 4:30 pm, the West Tisbury library will host a book talk with local authors Susan Klein and Alan Brigish....

What to hit at Christmas in Edgartown

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Now in its 37th year, the Christmas in Edgartown weekend-long celebration gets bigger every year. This time around, a few new events have been...

Wild Side: Finches, both true and otherwise

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Winter has hit us suddenly and hard this year, with a series of coastal storms and an early onset of cold weather. One could...

George M. Warren

George M. Warren, 83, died on Monday evening, Nov. 26, 2018, at Martha's Vineyard Hospital. George was born in Watertown, Conn., on July 19,...

Nature nurturers retire from Polly Hill

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“Who could imagine such a place?” said Arboretum founder Polly Hill. Her quote began an article commemorating the 20th anniversary of Polly Hill Arboretum...

She’s heard it all

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Every one of us has said it: “Now I’ve heard everything.” Some of us have used the same phrase several times, casually emptying it...

Ready to listen

To the Editor: In my letter to the editor, “Grateful for the last-minute support” on Sept. 24, I promised, “If I am elected, my first...