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Regina M. Policastro

Regina Mary (Cuddyer) Policastro, 68, of Mission Hill, and a summer resident of Chilmark, died after a brief illness on Nov. 13, 2020. She was...

Police chief, sergeant hit with federal lawsuit

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Updated Dec. 2 A former Tisbury Police sergeant says she was discriminated against by fellow police officers because she is a Hispanic gay woman, according...

NHS and ICUP collaborate for cleanup

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By Marin Gillis, Hardy Eville, and Camden Napior Over 70 participants collected 39 bags of trash at 6 different locations this past Sunday as part...

Celebrating Thanksgiving sustainably

This Thanksgiving, stu dents and staff from the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) are making a conscious effort to reduce their impact on...

Violating law and principle

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As of now, the Trump campaign has lost more than 30 lawsuits, and won two on minor technical grounds, with no impact on the...

A selfish act

Vogue magazine, what were you thinking? We were flabbergasted when the first reader sent us a link to the Vogue article about a fall wedding...

The myth of Thanksgiving

To the Editor: The current American struggle with white nationalism is not just a moment in time. It is the product of centuries of political,...

Mansion House is working on sewer solution

To the Editor: From the night of the fire that destroyed the Tisbury Inn in December 2001, to our reopening in July 2003, a matter...

Carol S. deBettencourt

Carol S. deBettencourt (Merry) died the evening of Nov. 22, 2020, with her children by her side. Carol was beyond devoted to her children, close...

Church Street review was thoughtful and thorough

To the Editor: We, the Island community members of the Martha’s Vineyard Transit Authority (VTA) advisory board, wish to thank the nine members of the...

Wedding didn’t follow the rules

To the Editor: Thanks for your recent article about the Lambert’s Cove Inn and the wedding party hosted there that led to a large cluster...

Turkey Express donates thousands of Thanksgiving dinners

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In collaboration with the Island Grown Initiative (IGI) and the Martha’s Vineyard Center for Living, Stop & Shop will be donating turkeys and sides...

Bringing Operation Santa to life in ‘Dear Santa’

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“Dear Santa” is the heartwarming documentary delivered to the M.V. Film Center, starting on Friday, Dec. 4. In a year when the U.S. Post Office...

Little house, big flavor

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Brook Katzen is a man with a mission to make sure an Island staple keeps on going. Little House Café, founded 10 years ago,...

SSA announces ‘Sail into Imagination’ winners

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The Woods Hole, Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket Steamship Authority (SSA) has announced the winners of its fifth annual “Sail into Imagination” art contest for...

Pottery made with function and beauty in mind

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The setting is appropriate. Merry Farm Pottery studio and gallery is accessed by traveling a third of a mile down a (well-maintained) dirt road...

MVCS holds final license plate auction 

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M.V. Community Services (MVCS) will hold its final low-number license plate online auction. Bidding will start at 9 am on Dec. 9, and close...

Gatchell lights will shine

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Though Rob Gatchell lost his beloved wife Lynn last month, he intends to continue with a tradition he began with her more than 35...

Another Fine book

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Author Dr. Michael Fine, a writer, community organizer, family physician, and public health official, says that the stories in his new fiction book, “The...

Beyond the bridge

With cases of COVID-19 on the rise in Martha’s Vineyard, Island musicians are poised for a long winter, and while the change of season...