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Water in Katama’s engine room caused by crack

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Updated Feb. 1 The Steamship Authority freight ferry Katama had “a four-inch crack in the shell plating of the vessel” that caused a “small amount...

Your support made it possible

To the Editor: The words “thank you” do not even begin to express the gratitude that all of us at Red Stocking feel for all...

Community celebrates Herb Foster’s 93rd birthday

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More than 70 Vineyard community members drove by Herb Foster’s home Sunday to wish him a happy 93rd birthday, and thank him for his...

Mariner from Katama tests positive

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A crew member from the Steamship Authority ferry Katama has tested positive for COVID-19. The SSA has opted not to identify the individual out...

Five hospital employees test positive for COVID-19

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Updated 5 pm Five Martha’s Vineyard Hospital employees — all of them having been fully or partially vaccinated against COVID-19—tested positive for the virus this...

East Chop Light lead ‘significantly’ above EPA standards

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Updated Feb 3 The U.S. Coast Guard is poised to conduct an environmental assessment of lead contamination at East Chop Light, a lighthouse long leased...

Housing bank idea revived by new group

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A new group on the Island is looking to revive the idea of a housing bank — this time joining other Massachusetts towns, and...

MVBA approves new board members

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The Martha’s Vineyard Builders Association (MVBA) at its annual meeting Thursday approved a full slate of board members for 2021, including three new arrivals. Members...

Island shelters prepare to weather weekend storm

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With high winds and extreme temperatures expected over the weekend, an emergency warming shelter will be open to a limited number of community members. The...

Vaccine supply reveals inconsistency

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Updated @5 pm While Martha's Vineyard is trying to figure out how to meet the needs of 5,000 eligible citizens with 370 doses of the...

Island schools support student mental health during COVID

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Aiden Rogers, a senior at Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School, told The Times that the support he received from the school guidance department put...

Culvert project inches forward

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Voters at the 2021 annual town meeting will decide whether to spend $90,000 to $100,000 to redo a culvert that runs under Tiah’s Cove...

Vineyarders shutout D-Y in boys hockey

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Mike Wallace scored his first varsity goal and Graham Stearns stopped all 18 shots as Martha’s Vineyard shutout Dennis-Yarmouth, 3-0, in a Cape and...

Dennis Redican

Dennis Edward Redican, 74, of Oak Bluffs, passed away on Jan. 26, 2021. Visiting hours for Dennis were held on Saturday, Jan. 30, from...

FAQS sobre vacinas COVID-19

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Quem está organizando o esforço de vacinação na Ilha? Hospital Martha’s Vineyard. Como faço para obter uma vacina? As vacinas estão disponíveis para indivíduos elegíveis com base...

West Tisbury Police seek public’s help

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West Tisbury Police have received reports of a suspicious motorist attempting to pick up minor female pedestrians. The first report indicates that on Jan....

Winter wonderland

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The Vineyard received a small amount of snow on Tuesday night into Wednesday morning creating a winter wonderland.

Is this our best shot?

We need to stop talking about the “rollout” of vaccines for COVID-19, at least in Massachusetts. Here, it’s been more of a head-scratching, snail’s...

Civics lessons can save our republic

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One of the crazy juxtapositions about the attack on the Capitol was the sight of insurrectionists slowly wandering through National Statuary Hall like fifth...
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