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SSA to hold info session on rate hikes

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The Steamship Authority has scheduled a public information session on the proposed 2023 operating budget and rate hikes. The session will be held via...

Select board to consult counsel about parsonage easement 

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In a discussion regarding the town’s view easement at 75 South Water St., the Edgartown select board decided to consult town counsel on how...

M.V. Center for Living update

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M.V. Center For Living The Island’s Dementia and Caregiver Support Network 508-939-9440 The Supportive Day Program (SDP) SDP is a daily activity program for individuals who are at...

Veterans’ Corner: October 2022

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Beware of scams! A couple of scams have hit the Cape, but there are no reports on the Island yet. Scam 1: People are calling...

55Plus SHINE: Medicare open enrollment

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The Open Enrollment Period (Oct. 15 – Dec. 7) for Medicare Advantage Plans (Part C) and Prescription Drug Plans (Part D) begins this month,...

Elder Law with Frank and Mary: Staying in control

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A client of mine died peacefully this year in a really wonderful old retirement home that even reserved a hospice room for people who...

MVRHS’ Danielle Charbonneau is Teacher of the Year

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State and local officials gathered at Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) on Tuesday to see Danielle (“Dani”) Charbonneau, the MVRHS English teacher who...

Court Report: Sept. 12 – 26, 2022

Sept. 12 Summer Sanderson, Chilmark; 24, assault and battery: continued to pretrial hearing   Sept. 15 Neil M. Howell, Aquinnah; 40, assault and battery, assault and battery on...

Poet’s Corner

Equinox By Ellie Bates the arc of sun crosses the equator day and night are equal length in all parts of the world today’s news tells it differently dark and...

Cribbage Club results

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The Vineyard Cribbage Club met on Wednesday with 17 members at the American Legion Hall in Edgartown to play our favorite game of cribbage....

Supreme compassion

To the Editor:  We are all immigrants … even “Native Americans” migrated here.  What the three white male governors of Arizona, Florida, and Texas are doing...

Births

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Heitor De Souza Robadel Karla De Souza Robadel and Bruno Robadel of Oak Bluffs announce the birth of a son, Heitor De Souza Robadel, on...

Real Estate Transactions: Sept. 19 – 23, 2022

Aquinnah Sept. 23, Mary E. Cournoyer and Rebecca J. Cournoyer, trustees of Cournoyer Nominee Trust, sold a lot off 0 State Road to the Martha’s...

Steamship chooses Aquinnah and Monomoy as ferry names

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The Steamship Authority board has picked names for two offshore supply vessels it plans to convert into ferries. The vessels will replace the freight...

Chilmark voters approve wharf appropriation

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On Monday night, Chilmark voters at a special town meeting unanimously approved $44,000 to help fund commercial wharf replacement in Menemsha. The money is...

Karen S. Kenney

Karen S. Kenney of Vineyard Haven passed away on August 2, 2022, at her home. She was the wife of the late Joseph P....

Abutters voice opposition to proposed West Tisbury house

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A house project that could potentially have nine bedrooms is facing pushback from abutters in West Tisbury. The West Tisbury planning board did a...

W.T. Police warn Islanders about spoof calls

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The West Tisbury Police Department warned Islanders in a Facebook post about a scam that uses the department’s own phone number.  “This is a scam...

Grace under pressure

To the Editor: This past week, the Vineyard was a model for the slight twist on the phrase, “When all is said and done, more...

‘You are not alone’

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Pre-dawn, over 100 people gathered at Edgartown’s Bend in the Road on Saturday for the fifth annual Darkness into the Vineyard Light Suicide Prevention...