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Tisbury: Owen Park concerts

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Heard on Main Street: I know I am sometimes forgetful, but some things in life are just as well forgotten. Then again, some mistakes...

Oak Bluffs: Craft Sale at Tabernacle

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Once again we have endured a week of little sunshine and clouds, sprinkles of rain and high humidity. As comedian Steve Martin said: “A...

Edgartown: Patience in the summer

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We are in the last week of July. How did that happen? It has gone so quickly. I’ve been working a lot, with summer...

Chilmark: Art fundraisers

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It seems we are slipping too soon into August. Our farmstands are full of plants, vegetables and more. This week North Tabor Farm began...

Aquinnah: Squibnocket Pond alert

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The collaboration of Wampanoag tribal members and Danza Organica “âs nupumukâunean (We Still Dance),” which was performed last week at the Yard sounds like...

Court Report: July 12 – 22, 2021

July 12, 2021 Keith R. Crossland, Oak Bluffs; DOB 05/20/1984, violating abuse prevention order: continued to pre-trial conference. Nicholas J. Hoitt, Rockland; DOB 07/12/1991, trespassing: to...

Births

William Charles Bishop V Grace Bishop and William Bishop of Edgartown announce the birth of a son, William Charles Bishop V, on July 19, 2021,...

Real Estate Transactions: July 19 – 23, 2021

Chilmark July 19, Diane Sherlock sold 8 Paddock Circle to Alfred Lewis for $448,000. Edgartown July 19, Richard K. Haslet and Christine A. Haslet sold 4 MacGregor...

Ronald Burns Campbell, Jr.

Ronald Burns Campbell, Jr., born July 12, 1938, in New York City, died on July 25, 2021, at his home in Edgartown, Massachusetts. Known...

Donations to Harbor Homes make a difference

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A week after purchasing a house on New York Ave. in Oak Bluffs — their second — Harbor Homes received a total amount of $75,000 from...

Pandemic causes food prices to go up

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It’s a busy season for supermarkets and restaurants on the Island and some supply chain shortages brought on by the pandemic are preventing them...

Every shape and size welcome

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Holmes Hole Sailing Association welcomes vessels of all shapes and sizes over 15 feet in length. The largest boat in the fleet is Aileen,...

State lawmakers seek to combat nutrient pollution

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Cape and Islands lawmakers are looking to protect the precious water resources stewarded by coastal communities by proposing legislation that provides incentives for communities...

Chilmark holds second Peaked Hill Pastures meeting

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Updated December 29 On Monday, the Chilmark planning board held a public meeting on Zoom to discuss development options for Peaked Hill Pastures. This is...

Comedy for a Cause with Seth Meyers

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The DJ Henry Dream Fund is holding a Comedy for a Cause with Late Night host and seasonal resident Seth Meyers at the Tabernacle...

Affordable housing is part of the solution

To the Editor: This letter was sent in support of H.2895 to the Joint Committee on Revenue. I write today in support of H.2895, an act...

A. Jeffrey Dando

A. Jeffrey ("Jeff") Dando, born in 1938, died Sunday morning, July 18, 2021, after a long struggle with Parkinson's disease, which he handled with...

Trust taps Klein as chair

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The Vineyard Trust has named John Klein as its new board chair. Klein’s appointment was announced in a press release from the Trust on Tuesday...

Pauline Ann Gregory

Pauline Gregory, (more affectionately known as Polly, Nana, Gramma, Momma, Mom) was born on March 12, 1939, and raised on Martha’s Vineyard. She lived...

Owner kills dog after it fatally wounds another dog

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Earlier this month a dog was mortally wounded at an automotive garage in West Tisbury when another dog escaped from a vehicle and attacked...