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Swimmer rescued at Norton Point

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At approximately 2:30 pm Saturday, South Beach lifeguards responded to a call that CPR was in progress at Norton Point after a potential drowning. According...

Lani Beach Club hit by shoplifters

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On Thursday, Lani Beach Club in Vineyard Haven was a target of shoplifting.  Corinna Ochoa, owner of Lani Beach Club, said she immediately contacted the...

Hospital workers picket for premium pay 

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Updated Aug. 3 A group of six Martha’s Vineyard Hospital (MVH) and Windemere Nursing and Rehabilitation Center employees stood in front of the hospital Thursday...

Hospital purchases Edgartown land for elder care facility

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The Martha’s Vineyard Hospital has purchased land off Edgartown-Vineyard Haven Road to the tune of $3.6 million for its planned nursing facility to replace...

Real Estate Confidential: Midsummer Dreaming

Real Estate Confidential is a bi-weekly chit-chat about new listings, sales, or other insider info on the Martha’s Vineyard Real Estate market, presented by...

Lagoon Ridge is sold to CapeBuilt

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The family of the late David “Davio” Danielson sold the Lagoon Ridge subdivision last week to CapeBuilt, a cottage-style custom home developer on Cape...

Dog lost, then found in kitchen cabinet

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On Friday, a black French bulldog named Luna was reported missing in the Pacific Avenue area in Oak Bluffs. Lauren Knowles Hall, Luna’s owner,...

New freezers up and running at VH Stop & Shop 

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The freezers in the frozen foods department of Vineyard Haven Stop & Shop are up and running again after roughly a week of being...

Child dies following Field Club pool incident

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A 3-year-old child has died after being pulled from one of the pools at the Field Club, a private Edgartown club. The child died...

Morton Fairbanks Terry

Morton Fairbanks Terry ("Captain Mort"), 73, of Harwich, Mass., passed away on July 25, 2021, on his boat in Saquatucket Harbor. Mort was born in...

IHT fundraising surpasses goal

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Island Housing Trust (IHT), a nonprofit developer of affordable and workforce housing on the Vineyard, set a goal of raising $1 million during its...

Gary Simmons honored for MVRHS baseball field

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In a ceremony just before the first pitch between the Martha’s Vineyard Sharks and the Danbury Westerners on Wednesday night, Martha’s Vineyard Regional High...

W.T. ‘dangerous dog’ under kill order

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Updated July 30 In a unanimous Wednesday vote, West Tisbury’s select board ordered a German shepherd named Stella to be put down after it allegedly...

Allan Niles Howe

Allan Niles Howe, beloved friend of many, passed away on Sunday, November 1, 2020, at the age of 67 after a long illness. Allan, the...

Otis P. Jeffers, Jr.

Otis P. Jeffers, Jr. slipped away peacefully on Thursday, July 8, 2021, at the VA Hospice unit in Brockton, Massachusetts. He was the husband...

Keyshawn reaches home base

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Late Wednesday afternoon, Keyshawn Devine made it back home to Martha’s Vineyard, after a two-week stay in Boston’s Children Hospital, where he was recovering...

‘Respect’ and more

The M.V. African American Film Festival returns to the Island for its 19th year. Beginning on Friday, August 6, it runs for nine days,...

Mystery and magic in Winter Street Gallery’s newest exhibit

There's magic to be found at the Winter Street Gallery in Edgartown. The current show features work by two artists — one an emerging...

Four great artists included in museum exhibit ‘Work of the Soul’

The Martha’s Vineyard Museum’s special exhibition “Work of the Soul: Meta Warrick Fuller, Lois Mailou Jones, Delilah Pierce, and Olive (Cutie) Bowles” offers an...

Disrupting death row

What connection does Ndume Olatushani, exonerated former death row inmate from Tennessee, have with Martha's Vineyard? There's no short answer as to how it...
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