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Inn owners haven’t been good neighbors

To the Editor: I am a neighbor of the Lambert’s Cove Inn, and am stunned by the owners’ self-serving and disingenuous response to your article...

Aquinnah town offices closed to the public

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The Aquinnah town hall and town offices are closed to the public for the time being due to the rise in COVID-19 cases on...

Foundations team up to restore Chilmark Pond

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The Great Pond Foundation (GPF) and the Chilmark Pond Foundation (CPF) have joined forces to develop a science-based ecological restoration plan for Chilmark Pond...

Linhares moves closer to trial

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Vineyard Haven attorney Casey Dobel, who represents a man accused of abusing his dog, made an appearance in Edgartown District Court Monday before Judge...

Islandwide survey makes older voices heard

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A survey being circulated by Health Aging Martha’s Vineyard (HAMV) seeks to more fully understand Islanders who are age 60 and up.  With individuals in...

Hospice of Martha’s Vineyard seeks Medicare certification

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After 39 years of existence, the Hospice of Martha’s Vineyard (HMV) has initiated the process to acquire Medicare certification. This move will expand services...

Shotgun season underway

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Updated Dec. 1 Shotgun season for deer opened Monday across the state, and runs through Dec. 12. Martha’s Vineyard Agricultural Society president Brian Athearn reminded hunters...

Adalena E. Vanderhoop

Adalena E. Vanderhoop (“Lena”), 75, of Oak Bluffs, passed away on Nov. 25, 2020, at Woodside Village. Visiting hours will be held on Tuesday, Dec....

SSA cancels some ferry trips

The National Weather Service has issued a high wind watch during the afternoon and evening of Monday, Nov. 30. Winds of between 20 mph...

Updated: 14 new COVID cases since Friday

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Updated Nov. 30 @ 5 pm As of Monday, the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital has tested 8,083 individuals since March. In total, 214 have tested positive,...

Lighting up for the holiday

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Rob Gatchell flipped the switch on this annual holiday light display at 148 County Road in Oak Bluffs on Thanksgiving night. Gatchell collects donations...

Tisbury, Chilmark approve COVID construction regulations

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Tisbury and Chilmark joined Edgartown, Oak Bluffs, and West Tisbury in approving revised construction site health protocols to stem the spread of COVID-19 among...

Eight new COVID-19 cases Wednesday

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There were eight new confirmed cases of COVID-19 reported on Martha’s Vineyard Wednesday as the Island heads into its fourth week in a surge...

Oak Bluffs wary of reducing restaurant hours

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Oak Bluffs selectmen denied a request from Seaweed’s to reduce its open days to one day a week, Saturdays, fearing it could set a...

Back Door gives back

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While known for its doughnuts and apple fritters, it turns out Back Door Donuts is pretty darn good at making pies too. Wanting to give...

Art and rug sale canceled due to virus spike

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An art and rug sale slated for Nov. 28-29 at the Grange Hall in West Tisbury has been canceled by order of the Health...

IFP plans to purchase Tony’s Market

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Tony’s Market will likely have new owners by the end of the year, as owner David Richardson works out a deal with local wholesaler...

Klingensmith joins Edgartown PD

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On the recommendation of Edgartown Police Chief Bruce McNamee, Edgartown selectmen unanimously appointed Doron Klingensmith as a year-round special police officer.  Chief McNamee said Klingensmith...

Climate Solution: Air-Source Heat Pumps Are THE Way!

You have seen them: metal boxes sitting outside houses with a grill on the front, and "mini-splits" inside houses that deliver heat or cool....

MV@Work: Making the Circuit

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Welcome to Martha’s Vineyard at Work, my monthly photographic celebration of Islanders at their jobs. For this first essay, I popped into businesses on...
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