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Tisbury punts on Chief Saloio’s contract

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At an unusual 7 pm meeting Friday night, the Tisbury select board voted unanimously to exercise an option in the town’s contract with Police...

Housing Bank Coalition to hold listening sessions

The Coalition to Create the Martha’s Vineyard Housing Bank is holding two community listening sessions via Zoom next week. The coalition will give a presentation...

A chance to approve housing

To the Editor: At the West Tisbury town meeting (5 pm, May 18), we have a chance to meet critical community needs by voting yes...

Another wind farm planned near the Vineyard

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Revolution Wind, an offshore wind farm planned for an area of the Atlantic 12 miles southwest of the Vineyard, is headed into its environmental...

Back Door Donuts opens for the season

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Summer on Martha’s Vineyard will be here before you know it, and the signs are everywhere — sidewalks are more active, the trees are...

MVC approves Stone Bank condos

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The Martha’s Vineyard Commission unanimously approved the old Stone Bank project in Vineyard Haven, which will turn the historic fieldstone building, formerly the Santander...

Steve Rogers

Steve Rogers, also known as “Lens,” passed away recently at his home near Winter Park, Fla.  A musician, photographer, and sailor, we have known him...

Many thanks

To the Editor: To all my friends and family on the Vineyard and in the rest of the country who acknowledged my 100 years. Thank you...

Steamship gets $8.4 million fund package

The Steamship Authority will get $8.4 million in additional pandemic relief funding from Uncle Sam. The Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority will act as...

MVRHS welcomes back most students

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The hallways and classrooms of Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) are more lively these days, now that around 90 percent of students have...

Septic company fined for septage revenge

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A Vineyard Haven septic hauler was fined $500 and hit with a 15-day permit suspension after evidence was presented to the Edgartown board of...

COVID vaccine FAQs

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A public forum was hosted Wednesday evening by Communication Ambassador Partnership, an interagency group aimed at bridging communication for the Island’s Portuguese-speaking population,...

Moran’s missteps

A proposed amendment to the Steamship Authority’s Enabling Act by State Sen. Susan Moran, D-Falmouth, that would change the weighted votes for Martha’s Vineyard...

Keating visits Vineyard Rotary Club

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U.S. Rep. Bill Keating visited the Rotary Club of Martha’s Vineyard Wednesday via Zoom, and fielded a number of questions from club members. Keating...

Aquinnah approaches town meeting

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Voters in Aquinnah will gather for annual town meeting on June 19 at 3 pm on the asphalt in front of the fire station. Several...

Catch the creative bug

Enjoy access to thousands of free classes in arts, crafts, and DIY on the Creativebug website through the M.V. Library Association. Visit creativebug.com/lib/marthasvineyard, enter...

Moments in time

For anyone with an appreciation for photography, the West Tisbury library is hosting a monthly, supportive gathering of the Photo Engagement Project. It is...

No tree left behind

All are welcome to join an Arbor Day celebration of trees at Polly Hill Arboretum, where magic happens every season. The fun activities begin...

Candidates needed for Tisbury election

With less than a week left in the nomination process, there is just one race thus far in the Tisbury town election. Incumbent Jim Rogers...

Happy trails

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Things are hopping for the staff at The Trustees of Reservations. One of the remarkable things about the organization is how much they have...
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