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Edible Vineyard: From the editors

By early May many of us on the Island had been vaccinated and could finally drop our shoulders with a sigh of relief that...

SSA: Private data wasn’t breached

No sensitive information, including customer data and payment information, was viewed or downloaded during the recent ransomware attack on the Steamship Authority. The SSA was...

SSA transparency is lacking

The Steamship Authority is coming off a difficult month. On June 2, the SSA was the target of a ransomware attack that affected its...

Windy, wet, and wild

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A sporty east-northeast wind produced short, steep waves on Thursday evening, making for some sloppy seas and strategic thinking as the harbor triangle course...

Creamers, Snaps win in MVWSL play

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The defending champion Creamers stayed unbeaten with a 12-3 win over the Rug Sox in Martha’s Vineyard Women’s Softball League action Tuesday night at...

The cousin she didn’t know she had

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Finding distant relatives is an experience many dream of having. Vineyard Haven resident Doris Clark has made this dream a reality using Ancestry.com, and...

Parade salute as Chief Estrella retires 

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Manuel Estrella III retired June 30 from the West Tisbury Fire Department after 47 years of service, 30 as chief. The Vineyard’s fire, EMS,...

Battle in the Bluffs basketball camp at Niantic Park, July 2-3

The 10th annual Battle in the Bluffs youth basketball camp will be held July 2-3 at Niantic Park in Oak Bluffs. Founders Ian Thomas Minor...

Martha’s Vineyard United Soccer reaches state tournament

The Martha’s Vineyard United Soccer Grade 7 girls team reached the Massachusetts Tournament of Champions (MTOC) this year. The tournament occurred this past weekend....

Vineyarders at their best in All-State track meet

The MVRHS outdoor track teams closed out the season in style at the MIAA All-State Outdoor Championships, held at Norwell High School last Thursday...

Sharks top Waves 

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The Martha’s Vineyard Sharks ended a four-game skid with a pair of road wins against the Ocean State Waves and Valley Blue Sox last...

Chilmark Road Race receives approval

The Chilmark Road Race is scheduled for August 14. The race has been approved by the Chilmark board of health and select board. The...

What’s next for the high school field project?

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Now that the Martha’s Vineyard Commission (MVC) has approved the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) athletic field project, the plan is moving onto...

Balance or bounce? The great out-of-office debate 

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One CEO of a major financial institution was recently quoted as saying, “If you can go out to eat dinner with others, you can...

No basis for Howes House uproar

To the Editor: Let’s be clear about one thing: It would be nice if there were some facts to back up all the indignation and...

Tisbury: 350-year history

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Heard on Main Street: Drive carefully. It's not only cars that can be recalled by their Maker. The Martha’s Vineyard Museum has a new exhibit...

Oak Bluffs: Music at Featherstone

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The Old Farmer’s Almanac offered this advice 125 years ago in July 1896: “The farmer has no excuse for letting the weeds grow in...

MVC decision is confusing

To the Editor: Wait, I am confused. The Island cares about plastic bottles, but not acres of synthetic plastic turf? The Martha’s Vineyard Commission has...

Edgartown: Self-guided tours

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My, oh my. It already feels like July or August. The heat. The humidity. The people. The traffic. I don’t remember June being quite...

Big thanks

To the Editor: On June 18th, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cape Cod & the Islands held our ninth annual Blooming Bids for Kids garden...
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