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Coalition seeks to create housing bank

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In 2005, one of our local papers ran a story: “The housing bank initiative has cleared its first major regional hurdle, now that all...

Spare this tree

To the Editor: Would someone please explain why this magnificent shade tree near the Net Result is not being protected by the Martha's Vineyard Commission?...

A wonderful man

To the Editor: Thank you for the interview with Steve Soriano. He is a wonderful man and a great addition to this community. He makes...

Transportation Access Program returns to the Vineyard

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The Transportation Access Program (TAP), made available by Martha’s Vineyard Community Services (MVCS), has returned to assist individuals with travel expenses related to medical...

55Plus: Get online

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Social isolation is no small thing. This past year made it clear that we all need connections. It is important for our mental health...

Crash slows traffic near high school

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Updated @ 4:30 pm A two-car crash in front of the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School Wednesday tied up traffic for about a half hour...

One tradition to keep alive

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While any interest in visiting the U.S. Senate waned after the invasion on Jan. 6, interest in the Senate Bean Soup served in the...

The Copperworks of M.V. captures the charm of Menemsha

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The Copperworks of Martha’s Vineyard, run by Scott McDowell and Annette Cingle, isn’t just a unique and treasured Island business — it's a visual...

FAQS about COVID-19 vaccines

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Who is organizing the vaccination effort on the Island? Martha’s Vineyard Hospital. How do I get a vaccine? Vaccines are available to eligible individuals based on the...

Demand high, supply low for COVID-19 vaccines

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Updated @ 5 pm Martha’s Vineyard Hospital estimates there are 5,000 Martha’s Vineyard residents eligible to receive a vaccine in phase two of the state’s...

Uncovering her talent

It was a moment of serendipity that reinvigorated Darya Shelby's pursuit of art. Last summer the 27-year-old former art student was approached by Meredith...

Smoky spice

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The only challenge to the first monthly Zoom Spice Club was that I wanted to make every single person’s recipe immediately after the gathering. The...

MVRHS sports highlights

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Girls hockey Much as they did in a gritty 3-1 loss to powerful Division 1 Barnstable on Jan. 20, the Vineyarder girls hockey team skated...

MV@Work: Tuning up the Island

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People who perform in front of live audiences for a living have been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, but I found all these...

We’re gonna need a bigger boat

If the shark was your favorite part of “Jaws,” join Kristen Kibblehouse from the Atlantic White Shark Conservancy to talk about all things shark....

Swap shop

If you’re looking for some cool, gently used items for kids, the M.V. Family Center has just the event. Swap Shop Saturday in Vineyard...

Calling young artists

Keeping the kids entertained during these long quarantine weeks is tough, but Island artist Val Estabrook and the West Tisbury library are here to...

Two brothers with two rams, and one in hiding

The Australian comedy drama “Rams” presents two warring brothers and their sheep, ongoing at the M.V. Film Center and virtually. Adapted from the prizewinning...

Book talk with Jennifer Smith Turner

The Chilmark library hosts a book talk with Jennifer Smith Turner, author of “Child Bride,” on Saturday, Feb. 13, at 4 pm. The novel...

Tisbury short-term rental regs take flak

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At a hearing on short-term rental regulations and fees Tuesday night, the Tisbury select board heard from homeowners unenthused about the additional costs the...