Monday, May 16, 2022

Searle hired as O.B. police chief

This is a developing story. The Oak Bluffs select board voted 3-1 in favor of appointing Edgartown Police Sgt. Jonathan Searle as the town's new chief of police. The select board held interviews with the three top remaining candidates for the position on Monday after narrowing...

‘Answering a national call to action’

Demonstrators arrived in droves, encompassing all Five Corners in Vineyard Haven on Saturday, to demonstrate solidarity with protesters in a nationwide Bans Off Our...

Vineyard considered ‘high risk’ for COVID spread

Updated 3:35 pm Another surge in COVID-19 cases has elevated the Island into the “high risk” category under COVID-19 guidelines. From Sunday through Saturday of last...

Woods Hole strikes WHOI dock in ‘thick fog’

Updated @2:10 pm On Saturday the Steamship Authority ferry Woods Hole crashed into a dock that belongs to the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. SSA spokesman...

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Walker at Waskosim’s Rock Reservation in Chilmark. — Nancy Tutko

Martha’s Vineyard offers an abundance of beautiful protected lands open to the public for walking, bicycling, bird-watching, running, and horseback riding. This summer, explore the incredible diversity of the Island landscape, from Oak Bluffs to Aquinnah, Chappy to the north shore, and everywhere in between.

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