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Nautical cutoff switch regulation begins April 1

A new boating regulation meant to prevent the injury or death of people accidentally cast overboard will take effect April 1. Operators of recreational...

Lambert’s Cove Inn licenses renewed

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In a trio of back-to-back-to-back votes Wednesday evening, the West Tisbury select board voted unanimously to approve an outdoor dining permit, an entertainment license,...

Good Samaritan Law PSA filmed

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Community members and first responders volunteered their time Wednesday evening to produce and film a public service announcement (PSA) on the Good Samaritan Law...

Homebound vaccine program already exists on Island 

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Gov. Charlie Baker announced a new state hotline will be available Monday for homebound people eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine to call and get...

Warren named M.V. Boys & Girls Club executive director

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Dhakir Warren, who serves as the administrator of student affairs at Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School, will take the helm as executive director of...

‘That was awesome’

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Updated March 29   Traffic from the 3:15 boat Wednesday afternoon had just passed through when the surprise was sprung on longtime Tisbury Traffic Officer Eloise...

Nameless Trail added to Heritage Trail

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The African American Heritage Trail of Martha’s Vineyard has added the Nameless Trail as site No. 32, according to a press release from Heritage...

A few thoughts

We have a few things on our mind as we wait for that text message from the state’s preregistration system saying we have an...

The goal of equality remains

To the Editor: Equality of rights under the law shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any state on account...

Time travel

When Dan Waters started taking photos with an old wooden field camera fitted with an antique lens, the Vineyard opened up to him in...

Two more virtual offerings from the MVFF

With the Film Festival launching on March 26, it will offer two more films virtually at home. Included are “See You Then,” about the...

Good for your gut

You might be wondering what in the blue blazes is SIBO, so listen up: Those letters stand for small intestinal bacterial overgrowth, and awardwinning...

Exploring racism, sexism through the lens of sexual assault

“Test Pattern” is one of three films available virtually through the M.V. Film Society this week. The term “test pattern” refers to the graphic...

Historical drama in focus

Transport to another time and place with this month's Movie in Focus from the Edgartown library: "A Royal Affair." This 2012 film centers on...

Just desserts

Explore tantalizing dessert recipes from bestselling cookbooks with Chilmark library's Sweet Book Club. This month's discussion is about "Dessert Person" by Claire Saffitz, which...

Gourmet Easter dinner

Get creative in the kitchen along with Jan Buhrman as she leads a cooking class online. For the holiday weekend, she will be preparing...

Feeling the pressure (cooker)

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This non-Irish cook decided he was going to take on the St. Patty’s day staple, corned beef and cabbage, on the day of the...

Immigration reform: Long overdue

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“Remember, remember always that all of us, and you and I especially, are descended from immigrants and revolutionists.” –Franklin Delano Roosevelt, addressing the Daughters of...

Foul weather? Fowl soup

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You know there are still some chilly days ahead. We’re not out of March yet, and even April can have some surprisingly blustery days....