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O.B. voters approve bottle ban

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Updated 9:30 pm  Oak Bluffs became the fifth Island town to adopt Plastic Free MV’s plastic water and soft drink bottle bylaw at annual town...

Torres, Sayles, Smith to play college football

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Three Martha’s Vineyard High School student athletes inked their futures in a signing ceremony at Sancy Pachico Gym in Oak Bluffs Friday. Joined by family...

Vaccine bus announces Vineyard schedule

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A medically-equipped vaccine bus offering free walk-up COVID-19 vaccines will be on-Island Saturday. The bus will make its first stop at the Portuguese American Club...

Drive-in movies are back

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The Oak Bluffs select board unanimously approved the Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival’s request to continue a drive-in movie series at the YMCA and add...

Vaccine bus headed to Vineyard

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A medically equipped Yankee bus will be on-Island beginning this weekend to offer free Johnson & Johnson and Pfizer vaccinations to Islanders who have...

Ag Fair set for August comeback

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Get ready for skillet tossing, blue ribbons, and carnival games, because the Martha’s Vineyard Agricultural Fair is back. Wanting to return to a sense of...

Giordano becomes gold medalist

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Ryan Giordano successfully passed his senior moves in the field test for U.S. Figure Skating, becoming the Martha’s Vineyard Figure Skating Club’s most recent...

Piazza voices Church Street chargers concern

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Upper Main Street resident Sara Piazza gave a presentation to the Edgartown select board Monday to voice her opposition to the proposed inductive chargers...

COVID cases continue decline

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New cases of COVID-19 declined for the third week in a row with the Martha’s Vineyard boards of health reporting 32 new cases last...

Edgartown to make fireworks decision

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There's still hope for Fourth of July fireworks in Edgartown. Despite the cancellation announced in Falmouth this week, and the early decision for Oak Bluffs...

MVC closes Harbor View hearing

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The Martha’s Vineyard Commission closed out the public hearing for modifications to the Harbor View Hotel, leaving the written record open for two more...

Vaccine supply high as demand decreases

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Vaccine supply at the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital is increasing as demand is dropping. Speaking to reporters on a conference call Wednesday morning, hospital president and...

Five confirmed cases Tuesday

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The Martha’s Vineyard boards of health reported five new cases of COVID-19 Tuesday all from the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital. There have been nine new cases...

Coalition outlines housing bank

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In its first public listening session, members of the Coalition to Create the Martha’s Vineyard Housing Bank gave a presentation on their “first draft...

45 COVID cases last week

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The weekly number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 continues a downward trend with the Martha’s Vineyard boards of health reporting 45 cases last week. The...

Early fire damages two homes in Oak Bluffs

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Oak Bluffs, Tisbury, and Edgartown firefighters knocked out an early morning fire on Narragansett Avenue that damaged two homes. Speaking to The Times by phone,...

Conservation commission violated meeting law

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The state attorney general’s office made a ruling Thursday that the Edgartown conservation commission violated open meeting law last year by meeting in executive...

MVC approves Stone Bank condos

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The Martha’s Vineyard Commission unanimously approved the old Stone Bank project in Vineyard Haven, which will turn the historic fieldstone building, formerly the Santander...

COVID vaccine FAQs

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A public forum was hosted Wednesday evening by Communication Ambassador Partnership, an interagency group aimed at bridging communication for the Island’s Portuguese-speaking population,...

‘Doughnut hole’ heads to state legislature

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The town of Oak Bluffs and the Martha’s Vineyard Land Bank have petitioned state Sen. Julian Cyr, D-Truro, and state Rep. Dylan Fernandes, D-Falmouth,...
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