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Maj. Bishop named LEAD instructor of the year

Dukes County Sheriff’s Department Maj. Sterling Bishop was named the state’s LEAD Instructor of the Year at the fifth annual 21st Century Drug &...

Architects, SSA to blame for rising costs

To the Editor: Regarding recent news about the steep rise in costs for the Woods Hole ferry terminal: If Bertaux + Iwerks Architects (BIA) and...

Women’s right to vote

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Susan Silk is a powerhouse of energy and entrepreneurship, and she packed the house at the Martha’s Vineyard Museum’s soup-and-sandwich series last week for...

Tisbury says yes to weed

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Updated March 3 Vineyard Haven is the second town on the Island to agree to host a Patient Centric marijuana facility, joining West Tisbury. With Patient...

Hannah Lacob Malkin

Hannah Lacob Malkin, 99, passed away peacefully on March 1, 2020, at her home for the past nine years in Lantana, Fla. She was...

Nicholas Azzollini

Nicholas Azzollini was born on June 20, 1942, in Hoboken, N.J. He died after a long illness, surrounded by loving family, at the Royal...

MVRHS takes precautions against coronavirus

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Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School students and parents returned from winter break to a word of caution from school officials. The school community is...

New internal medicine suite opens at MVH

Martha’s Vineyard Hospital opened its new internal medicine suite to patients Monday, according to a press release. In the past few weeks, 10 medical practitioners...

License your dog or face a fine

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The animal control office in Edgartown is asking people to remember to license their dogs with the town; otherwise, criminal complaints are issued, with...

Turf field will benefit MVRHS athletes

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As an alumnus of MVRHS, and having played four years of soccer on the current grass fields at the high school, I am ecstatic...

Memorial for David Carlisle Thompson

There will be a memorial service in celebration of David Carlisle Thompson’s life at 11 am on Saturday, March 14, at St. Andrew’s Church,...

Three-way race emerges for Tisbury selectman

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Incumbent Tisbury selectman Melinda Loberg is facing two challengers in the April 14 town election. Larry Gomez, who served a single term on the...

Trailer carrying modular home briefly stops traffic 

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A tractor-trailer hauling part of a large modular home was trying to travel from Clough Lane onto Franklin Street in Tisbury at approximately 10:15...

Boys basketball loses at Rockland High, 63-38

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The ninth-seeded MVRHS boys basketball team led top seed Rockland High School 19-17 at the half on Saturday, but cold shooting in the second...