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Paula Rae Hollis

Paula Rae Hollis, 63, of Vineyard Haven, passed away peacefully, with her family by her side, on Friday, Oct. 14, 2022, following a short...

Brian D. LeBeau

Brian David LeBeau, formerly of South Hadley, and more recently of Vineyard Haven, passed away on Oct. 22, 2022, at 60 years of age,...

Raymond O. Morris

Raymond Onslow Morris (“Ray”), 54, of Pembroke, passed away unexpectedly on Oct. 16, 2022.  Ray was born on March 17, 1968, the son of the...

Margot M. Cottrell

Margot M. (White) Cottrell, 89, passed away on Friday, Oct. 14, 2022. She was the wife of J. Thomas Cottrell.  For service information, full obituary,...

Real Estate Transactions: Oct. 17 – 21

Edgartown Oct. 18, James Neary and Louise Neary sold 298 Chappaquiddick Road to Tyler Hurd, Brent Burns, Evan Hurd, and Maureen Hurd for $935,000.  Oct. 19,...

Court Report: Oct. 7 – Oct. 21

Oct. 7 Baylee Francis, Oak Bluffs; 22, malicious destruction of property worth up to $1,200, trespassing: continued to pretrial hearing.  Oct. 14 Eduardo Dasilva, Edgartown; 21, operating...

Keeping an eye out for avian flu

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The West Tisbury board of health shared that the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) “has confirmed the...

Housing Bank panel hears from Fernandes, Cyr

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The Housing Bank Review Committee (HBRC) welcomed state Sen. Julian Cyr, D-Truro, and Rep. Dylan Fernandes, D-Falmouth, at its meeting in Edgartown’s Town Hall...

Booze minus food on ballot

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Tisbury voters will decide through a ballot question whether alcohol can be served without also serving food. The legislature has already approved the measure,...

Spotty cell service continues

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Updated 10/26 After two days of reduced cellular service in areas of Edgartown, due to a failure of a backhaul switch in the network, Comcast...

Haley ordered to pay $10,000 fine

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Updated 4:20 pm An Aquinnah select board member was ordered to pay a $10,000 fine for choosing himself to do town work, and then approving...

History on canvas

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When Stan Murphy died in 2003, the Island lost not only a brilliant artist, but also a well-loved longtime member of the community who...

What Are You Watching? ‘Explained’

5 stars If you’re looking to gain a little education on a lot of topics, this Netflix show is just what you’re looking for. With...

The hardest thing

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The hardest thing By Binnie Ravitch My brain. My words. I don’t know where they’ve flown to. They are meant to be right here, close at...

Aquinnah: Homecoming Weekend, and ‘Rizing’

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This weekend is Homecoming Weekend at the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School. On Saturday, Nantucket High School will be coming to participate in the...

Oak Bluffs: Dance party, Halloween on the Hill, and get your flu shot

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“There is a child in every one of us who is still a trick-or-treater looking for a brightly lit porch.”  –Robert Brault Although I love...

Tisbury: Personal writing courses, German lieder, and Halloween parade

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Heard on Main Street: The goblins'll get you if you don't watch out. Pay off your credit cards every month, especially now that the interest...

This Was Then: MacNeill’s Grocery

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At the edge of downtown Oak Bluffs, on the corner of Pennacook and Circuit Avenues, stands a building with a long and colorful history:...

Chilmark: Outermost Inn opens, drop-in knitting, and Mobile Monastery

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Katie Carroll is collecting names and addresses of homes that will have a light shining to welcome trick-or-treaters; email her at squidrow@vineyard.net. Halloween evening...

Eye-opening exhibit

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History is typically written by those in power, and museum exhibitions often focus on people at the top of the social pyramid with the...