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Sassafras talk at the UU church

Join the Unitarian Universalist Society of Martha’s Vineyard for a virtual talk on Sunday, Jan. 30, with the two founders of Sassafras Earth Education,...

‘The State of the Coast’

Our Island is eroding. Stronger and more frequent weather events spurred by climate change will also make it even more important for organizations like...

The struggle is real

With a new series of work, photographer Kayleigh Bollin has managed to present various aspects of mental illness pictorially. In her exhibit of 18...

What Are You Watching?

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‘The Witcher’ “The Witcher” canon, in my opinion, is one of the most captivating and expansive universes ever conceived. The world of monsters, dark magic,...

David Lawrence Mercer

David Mercer was born on March 29, 1961, in Sausalito, Calif., to Sylvia Celeste Stewart and William (“Bill”) Mercer. He grew up in New...

Standing in solidarity and sympathy

To the Editor: It is important for every one of us to stop for a moment and consider what happened on Saturday, Jan. 15, 2022,...

MVC4L’s Family Caregiver and Dementia Support Services

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MVC4L’s Family Caregiver and Dementia Support Services The Family Caregiver Support Program advocates for caregivers, provides information and referral to programs and services in support...

Tune in

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The Martha’s Vineyard Center for Living (MVC4L) met adversity head-on when the pandemic descended. With their clients no longer able to attend live programs,...

Aquinnah: Wouldn’t that be nice?

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February starts on Tuesday, we are now one step closer to, what? I don’t even know what to look forward to anymore. Maybe this...

Court report: Jan. 13 – Jan. 21

Jan. 13 Luiz A. Depaula, Oak Bluffs; DOB 11/11/1970, unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, motor vehicle lights violation: case closed. Scott F. Warren, Oak Bluffs;...

Welcome to new Veterans Service Officer

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Randy Dull started training for the job of Dukes County Veterans Service Officer on Jan. 18. Randy joined the U.S. Army in June 2000,...

Elder Law with Frank and Mary: Moving

Moving. A word that brings fear to the hearts of most seniors. You’ve been in your home forever, but either you can’t manage it...

Oak Bluffs Council on Aging

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Weekly Zoom Exercise Monday 8:45 am, group exercise Zoom with Patience Campbell and Marilyn Miller Zoom: bit.ly/OBExercise Thursday 9 am - Zoom exercise with Bill White Zoom: bit.ly/OBExerciseWhite Friday 9 am -...

Tisbury Senior Center

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As Yogi Berra said, “It ain’t over til it’s over.” Our doors are again closed due to the recent new COVID variant. Browse our...

John Carey announces DA run

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Criminal defense and civil litigation lawyer John (“Jack”) Carey announced he is seeking the Cape and Islands District Attorney seat as a Republican candidate...

Reservations open for summer travel

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The Steamship Authority opened the online reservations for summer trips to and from Martha’s Vineyard Tuesday. And despite some turbulent openings in recent years,...

Up-Island Council on Aging events

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The Up-Island Council on Aging will be closed on Monday, Feb. 21. Please note, most of our in-person programming is currently paused due to the...

Edgartown Council on Aging events

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February 2022 Michael Haydn, Piano Voice Guitar. Zoom performance on Friday, Feb. 4, from 1-2 pm. Please join us as we welcome Michael to perform...

Can I change my Medicare plan after Open Enrollment?

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Even though Medicare’s annual Open Enrollment (that’s the period in which you can change your Medicare Part D Drug Plan or Medicare Advantage Plan,...

‘Be like Steve’

To the Editor: Tonight I found the strength to write a few words in honor of my brother, Steve Myrick. This one is hitting hard....