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Car crashes over wall in Vineyard Haven neighborhood

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Updated 10:40 am A two-car crash in Vineyard Haven Friday morning left a Toyota 4Runner dangling on a stone wall in front of 29 Franklin...

County supports substance use coordinator position

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With warrant articles and budget requests due to Island towns, the Dukes County Commission has agreed to act as the fiscal agent for several...

Lighting up Oak Bluffs

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Oak Bluffs lit up its Christmas tree at Post Office Square Wednesday night. The night included a visit from Santa Claus, cups of hot...

West Tisbury to keep single tax rate

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The West Tisbury select board decided to keep things as is for property taxpayers in town, rejecting either a split tax rate or a...

Chilmark votes in no tax classification changes

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In a unanimous vote Wednesday night, Chilmark’s select board chose to make no tax classification changes, and kept a single tax rate.  “This is consistent...

Free house available in Edgartown

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It’s a classified advertisement almost too good to be true: “Free House. You move it. Call/text: 508-627-0511.” But owner Ed Willoughby says it’s the...

Stick to the facts

When you’re attempting to make a case for change, it’s a good idea to base your opinion on facts. For several years, Woods Hole residents...

Assimilated

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It was a big word for a small kid. I just wanted to know why I was the only Jewish kid in my class...

Vineyard deer are being COVID-19 tested

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Deer felled by Vineyard hunters are being tested for COVID-19. The Martha’s Vineyard Hunt Club has received test kits from tick ecologist Dick Johnson...

Minivan incident alarms SSA motorists

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Updated Dec. 2 A Philadelphia couple and their dogs were left dangling over a gap between a ferry and a transfer bridge at the Steamship...

Aquinnah enters into intermunicipal agreement 

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Members of the Up-Island School District came to the Aquinnah select board with two projects in mind during Tuesday’s Zoom meeting: funding for Chilmark...

Tigers roar to victory

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Play resumed after the Thanksgiving break, with three games on the docket for Tuesday afternoon. In the girls season opener, the Tisbury Tigers roared...

Fetters wins chilly 5K for KJ

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More than 100 hardy runners and walkers navigated the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) cross-country course through the Manuel Correllus State Forest on...

Baker won’t seek third term as governor

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Gov. Charlie Baker, a two-term Republican who at his peak was one of the most popular governors in the country, will not seek a...

Cape Light Compact announces new power supplying prices

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Cape Light Compact announced new electrical supply rates for its green aggregation power supply program. The pricing term begins with the December meter-read dates,...

Island Autism Group faces permitting hurdles

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On Monday, the West Tisbury planning board held a public hearing about an application from Island Autism Group for a special permit for development...

Young woman soars to Eagle

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Ingrid Moore of Chilmark is the first young woman to become an Eagle Scout for the Cape and Islands chapter of Scouts since the...