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Judge: No gun license for Edgartown man

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Updated April 30 A Dukes County corrections officer whose license to carry was denied by Edgartown Police appealed that decision Friday in Edgartown District Court...

Public hearing on Meetinghouse subdivision continues

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More than two months after the first public hearing, the 54-acre, 34-lot Edgartown subdivision between Meetinghouse Way and Meshacket Road returned to the Martha’s...

Forum would exclude black visitors

To the Editor: The Oak Bluffs Board of Selectmen failed again to muster moral courage this past Tuesday, as they continue to fret over how...

Sponsored: Real Estate Confidential: We want you to have a sunset view

Real Estate Confidential is a weekly chit-chat about new listings, sales, or other insider info on the Martha’s Vineyard Real Estate market, by Fred...

Plane crashes into Tradewinds fence

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Updated @ 1:05 pm A plane taking off at the Trade Wind Fields Preserve in Oak Bluffs had trouble with the wind and had to...

SSA hires company to survey Vineyard Haven Harbor

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zNQfrOq98Co&amp=&feature=youtu.be That boat going back and forth across Vineyard Haven Harbor Thursday afternoon was conducting a survey of the area to determine if there is...

MVRHS boys and girls tennis remain undefeated

The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) girls tennis team traveled to Hyannis Thursday and defeated Sturgis East Charter School by a score of...

Housing Bank redo looming for West Tisbury

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The topsy-turvy path the Martha’s Vineyard Housing Bank has taken during the 2019 town meeting season continued unabated Wednesday when West Tisbury selectmen declared...

Suspect in alleged assault is charged

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Updated April 30 Tisbury Police have identified, located, and charged the suspect involved in an alleged assault and battery that took place inside Stop &...

Moped case against Oak Bluffs dismissed

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A lawsuit alleging the town of Oak Bluffs ignored its own moped regulations in a 2016 moped accident resulting in Noelle Lambert losing one...

Creating a compost culture

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Every time I scrape food waste into the trash I think to myself, this could and should be composted. Unfortunately, I don’t have the...

Yard Sales: April 27-28

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Jane W. Shelley

Jane Welch Shelley died peacefully in Naples, Fla., at the age of 93, on April 22, 2019. Jane was born on Sept. 15, 1925,...

Seaplanes coming to the Vineyard

Cape Air announced last week it had acquired the assets of Shoreline Aviation, a seaplane operator based out of East Haven, Conn. The acquisition includes...

REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS: April 15 to April 19, 2019

Edgartown April 16, Katama Acquisitions LLC sold a lot on Helens Way to Jillian Joseph and Latoya Murphy for $325,000. April 16, John L. S. Fearey...

Aquinnah gears up for town election

Aquinnah is getting ready for its town election on May 15, and there will be many familiar names on the ballot. Board of selectmen...

Dispose of your old medications safely

Updated April 25 The West Tisbury Police Department and the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) will hold a drug takeback on Saturday, April 27, from...

Oak Bluffs looks for new shellfish constable

In a joint meeting with the Oak Bluffs shellfish committee Tuesday, town selectmen established a recruitment team and a job description for a new...

Setting the use of funds straight

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This past week a group that opposes the use of synthetic athletic fields solicited voters in Aquinnah, Chilmark, and West Tisbury to vote against...

A cleaner, cheaper approach to heating and cooling

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Massachusetts is a national leader in reducing greenhouse gas emissions and combating climate change. Residents and business owners across the commonwealth have helped the...