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The Black Dog turns 50

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It all began with a cannon. A nine-inch muzzle-loading Dahlgren cannon that weighed nearly 10,000 pounds, to be precise. Captain Bob Douglas, founder of...

Meshacket Way RFP is good to go

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On Monday, the Edgartown select board approved a plan to seek bids on an affordable housing project planned for Meshacket Way. According to Mark...

Sharpe pleads guilty to 2019 incident

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Jermaine Sharpe was sentenced to 18 months probation after pleading guilty to assault, larceny, and vandalizing property. Sharpe’s change of plea came during an appearance...

Seaweed’s: Creating a space at the table for all

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Opening a restaurant under the best of circumstances can be difficult, let alone during a global pandemic. Imagine signing a lease for a new...

Discover the flavors of Martha’s Vineyard on a Farm Stand Tour

Sponsored by Cronig's Market It’s summer on Martha’s Vineyard, and the bounty is exploding from land and sea. Locally grown foods are found on menus...

‘Jetty Jam’ in limbo

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The Oak Bluffs select board took no action on Jetty Jam, a planned live music series at the Island Queen loading zone this summer,...

Girls and Horses

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I was introduced to horses at 6, when my father’s girlfriend at the time, Nancy Safford, took me to Nip ’n’ Tuck Farm for...

Hoop Houses: How a cool, gray Martha’s Vineyard spring produces a summer’s bounty

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Driving around, you might notice the Island is heavily populated with farm stands overflowing with gorgeous vegetables and fruits, grown right in the Island...

DA declines to prosecute alleged rape aboard ferry

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Updated June 30 The Cape and Islands District Attorney’s Office has declined to prosecute a Dorchester man on two rape charges stemming from an incident...

Dishing: Finds

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Chappy Chips Which came first, the cookie or the egg? During pandemic times, a lot of folks coped with the challenges of isolation by either...

Pachico sworn in as fifth W.T. fire chief

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Greg Pachico was sworn in Monday evening as the fifth fire chief of West Tisbury. Town clerk Tara Whiting-Wells swore in Chief Pachico outside...

Back to Normal: One Bite at a Time

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By Rebecca Haag For me as with many of you, food has always been a social experience. Meals are best when shared with loved ones...

Make vaccines mandatory for those working with seniors

To the Editor: This letter was sent to the West Tisbury select board. The presence of unvaccinated staff at the Council on Aging constitutes a breach...

Pirates arrr the winners

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The Pirates won the Martha’s Vineyard Little League majors division championship in a 5-2 comeback win Saturday. The game was played at Penn Field in...

Summer reads

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As we lurch toward a return to “normalcy,” let us remember that the most normal thing to do during a Vineyard summer is to...

Missing cat in Vineyard Haven

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Danielle Jenkins lost her cat named Lucipurr. Jenkins said she is not exactly sure if Lucipurr “slipped off” while they were on the ferry...

Tisbury select board reorganizes

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Jeff Kristal is the new chair of the select board in Tisbury. Kristal was nominated during the board’s first meeting since Jim Rogers was...

Oak Bluffs, State Police investigate stabbing

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Oak Bluffs and State Police are investigating a stabbing that occurred Sunday night.  According to a press release from the Oak Bluffs Police Department, police...

No new COVID cases last week

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For the first time this year, the Martha’s Vineyard boards of health reported no new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in its weekly report Monday.  Weekly...

Kuehn’s Way project leads way to affordable housing

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On Friday, Island Housing Trust (IHT) held a dedication for Kuehn's Way, which will feature 20 affordable apartments for 60 year-round residents. Kuehn's Way...