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Sandra C. Bayne

Sandra Bayne, beloved wife, mother, and friend, died on Oct. 22, 2022, in Whiting, N.J. Sandra was born in Atlanta, Ga., in March 1938, the...

It is time for shopping in Menemsha

To the Editor: The crowds are mostly gone and the foliage is just starting to turn with the swamp maples and other trees tinged with...

Spooktacular Saturday and other Halloween happenings

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Halloween may have been Monday, but the candy was already flowing on Circuit Avenue in Oak Bluffs on Saturday. The Oak Bluffs Business Association...

$100 is hardly a deterrent

To the Editor: Upon casually reviewing the court reports this week I noticed a troubling trend.For just the week of Oct 14-21 the majority of...

Early votes trickle in

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With the Nov. 8 state election right around the corner, early voting across the Island is well underway, nearly at its halfway mark.  As of...

Driver cited after bus hits pedestrian

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A bus driver has been cited for failure to stop for a pedestrian in a crosswalk following an accident at Five Corners Monday morning...

Oak Bluffs special town meeting Tuesday

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At 7 pm on Tuesday, Oak Bluffs voters will be asked to take up a six-article warrant at a special town meeting, which will...

Cyr faces challenge from Lauzon

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In the state election on Nov. 8, incumbent Sen. Julian Cyr, D-Truro, who was first elected in 2016, will be challenged by Republican candidate...

In a thriller: Martha’s Vineyard wins Island Cup

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The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School Vineyarders harpooned the Nantucket Whalers with a narrow 14-13 win during the 2022 Island Cup on Saturday, with...

Raider hops landing craft to Rhode Island

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Updated 10/31 Raider, a 1910 Bristol Channel pilot cutter, a type of British sailboat, long in storage at Capt. Bob Douglas’ cement warehouse in Vineyard...

Tisbury School kid spots gun in backpack, arrest made

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Updated 10/31 The vigilance of a Tisbury School student helped Tisbury and West Tisbury Police seize marijuana from a suspect at a construction site Friday....

MVC to request budget increase 

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A letter sent from the Martha’s Vineyard Commission to the Island’s select boards and finance committees relays an intention, in the near future, to...

Oak Bluffs voters to take up $26 million wastewater upgrade 

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In addition to considering candidates for elected positions on Nov. 8, voters will take up four state ballot questions. In Oak Bluffs, voters will...

Oak Bluffs man pleads guilty in chainsaw case

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Updated Oct. 29 William Sanfilippo, 58, pleaded guilty to assault with a dangerous weapon (chainsaw) in Edgartown District Court on Friday. Judge Benjamin Barnes sentenced...

Martha’s Vineyard woman receives court honor

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Eileen Moriarty, a Martha’s Vineyard woman who works for the Cape and Islands District Attorney’s office, was honored for excellence in community outreach and...

MVRHS approves 25-member building committee

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Updated November 2 The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School committee, at a single-item meeting Thursday, approved a slate of 25 members to serve on a...

Shared-use lease for shellfish program questioned

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Updated 10/31 The Aquinnah select board unanimously approved a shared-use agreement for Vern Welch’s Menemsha dock lease with the Martha’s Vineyard Shellfish Group during a...

Lagoon Pond scallop season shortened

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Tisbury and Oak Bluffs set their bay scallop opening dates, which limit the amount of scallops that can be taken from a pond the...

W.T. diversity task force allowed increased membership

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The West Tisbury select board unanimously voted to allow up to 10 members on the West Tisbury task force against discrimination, also known as...

High School View: New coach, and Teen Truth

Read the High School View: 10-27-22 The High School View is staffed and prepared entirely by students from the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School, and...