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Edgartown: Hats off to the EPD, hunkering down, and Happy New Year to us...

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Well, we actually had a white Christmas. Though I’m not a fan of snow, as you know, it certainly did make for a beautiful...

West Tisbury: A new year will begin

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It’s early on Christmas morning, my favorite part of the holiday. Abby and the cats are up with me, but Mike is still asleep,...

Tietje to the rescue!

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Patriot Party Boats owner Jim Tietje came to the aid of a number of people stuck off and on the Vineyard on Christmas Eve....

Commonwealth Wind wants to back out of contracts

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Commonwealth Wind filed an 11-page motion on Dec. 16 with the Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities (DPU) to have several long-term power purchase agreement...

Sand-free finale for the Beach Road project?

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Updated Dec. 29 After some finger-pointing between the town of Tisbury and the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT), the state appears to have taken the...

Tisbury’s building commissioner moves on

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Tisbury building commissioner Ross Seavey has tendered his resignation. Seavey, an attorney, told The Times he will pursue a law practice focused on construction,...

Saying so long to 2022

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It was all Beck, Billy Strings, and Bully at Beach Road Weekend in August, a summer of music that brought more local talent, like...

An empress trapped by her own beauty

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“Corsage,” coming to the M.V. Film Center on Jan. 6, welcomes the New Year. Don’t be put off by the title, which doesn’t refer...

Personal best of viewing in 2022

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My best films of the year have been selected for a number of reasons. In some cases it's because of their unusual subjects. In...

State contest connects waterfowl conservation and art

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If you know a young artist with an interest in waterfowl and conservation, the Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife (MassWildlife) may have a...

MVRHS sports wrap-up

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High-scoring thriller at home for girls’ hockey On Wednesday, Dec. 21, the Vineyarders welcomed the Falmouth Clippers to the M.V. Ice Arena for their first...

Can win

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I can’t remember when I first began to incorporate beans into our diet around here, but they are definitely a large part of it...

Joan M. Falkenburg

Joan M. Falkenburg (“Jodie”), wife of Robert, passed away peacefully on Dec. 24, 2022, at the age of 92 in her cottage, with her...

Robert E. Barbera III

Robert E. Barbera III, 60, of Vineyard Haven, passed away on Dec. 22, 2022. He was the husband of Laura L. Barbera.  An obituary will...

UC Riverside develops PFAS breakdown method

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The University of California, Riverside (UCR) announced in a press release that the school’s chemical engineering and environmental scientists published in the peer-reviewed Journal...

Electronic vessel trackers coming for lobster fishers

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The Massachusetts Division of Marine Fisheries (DMF) announced that all commercial lobster permit holders with a federal lobster trap permit will be required to...

M.V. Airport receives loan forgiveness grant

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Massachusetts treasurer Deborah Goldberg announced in a press release that more than $107.3 million in grants were awarded across the commonwealth to “cities, towns,...

Historic souvenir shop razed 

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Passersby formed a small crowd at the corner of Oak Bluffs Avenue and Kennebec Avenue Tuesday morning to bear witness as an excavator demolished...

Art galleries and exhibits were busy as ever this year

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With the worst of the pandemic behind us, and things back in full swing this year, galleries and venues made up for lost time...

A vagabond’s journey

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Holly Nadler’s new memoir, “The Hobo Diaries: Down and Out on Martha's Vineyard,” is a zany, rollicking tale about her vagabond journey from the...