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Guerrilla gardener’s efforts bloom

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If you notice more daffodils around the Vineyard this spring, you may have Melly Meadows to thank. Meadows, a Vineyard Haven resident, says that she...

Chilmark tennis debate heats up before town meeting

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As Chilmark gears up for its annual town meeting, town officials are expressing concerns about a proposal put forth by a local movement that...

Oak Bluffs elects new select board member

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Incumbent Emma Green-Beach was re-elected to the Oak Bluffs select board Thursday night, and will be joined by first-timer K. Mark Leonard.  Green-Beach and Leonard...

Airport approves animal clinic’s lease

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Martha’s Vineyard Airport officials unanimously voted to grant a new lease to Animal Health Care Associates (AHCA) on Thursday.  AHCA was the sole bidder for...

Edgartown ‘party bylaw’ doesn’t pass muster

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Edgartown voters completed a marathon five-hour session for their special and annual town meetings, concluding after midnight.  Of the 110 articles considered, voters postponed a...

Animal clinic sole bidder on airport lease

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After fear that one of the Vineyard's last remaining animal clinics might lose its lease at the Martha’s Vineyard Airport, airport officials have confirmed...

High school considers Chromebook for every student

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As early as next school year, Martha's Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) could issue all of its students a Google Chromebook laptop and ban...

Vineyarders revel in the sun’s eclipse

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In conjunction with observers from around the continent, Vineyarders basked in a near-total solar eclipse on Monday.  On the Island, residents took in the celestial...

Heritage Trail reports stolen plaque

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Officials with the African-American Heritage Trail of Martha’s Vineyard are reporting that a plaque commemorating an enslaved woman has been stolen from Great Rock...

Small fuel spill reported in Vineyard Haven Harbor

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A minor fuel spill occurred in the Vineyard Haven Harbor on Thursday morning, near Lagoon Pond Bridge, reports Tisbury harbormaster John Crocker. Crocker says the...

Short list for high school architecture firm

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The Martha's Vineyard Regional High School has a short list of three architecture firms to choose from for its planned renovation or rebuild project. The...

Top Edgartown School officials stepping down

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Updated, April 5 Soon after parents’ frustrations at the Edgartown School were publicly aired, the top two officials in the down-Island school district will be...

School equity audit expected by summer

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School officials say that the results from an equity audit of Island schools — an exercise used to find gaps in education through surveys...

Tisbury pushing new Five Corners plan

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As early as this fall, physical labor may be underway to significantly reduce the amount of flooding at Vineyard Haven's Five Corners intersection. A new...

Sunrise Wind lands federal approval

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The United States Department of the Interior has approved the Sunrise Wind offshore wind project, which boasts a planned capacity of over 900 megawatts...

Kentucky Senator calls Vineyard hospital funding ‘shameful’

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The Martha's Vineyard Hospital has secured $1.07 million in federal funds to supply medical equipment to help meet a growing demand, but a certain...

Rose hearing postponed to May

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The pretrial hearing for former Oak Bluffs Fire Chief John Rose that was originally planned for Monday has been postponed. Massachusetts Court Cases records state...

Film festival opens with ‘Great Ponds’ sequel

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The first episode in Vineyard filmmaker Ollie Becker's "Great Ponds" series, titled "On Our Watch," focused on the human stories and histories behind the...

The road to making the Island 100 percent renewable

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The Martha's Vineyard Commission (MVC) has released a new “Getting to 100 Percent Renewable” report, showing how the Vineyard can reach its goal of...

Island naturalists continue invasive beetle battle

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Concerned and curious about the risks that southern pine beetles and nematodes pose to Vineyard forests, members of planning and conservation groups hosted experts...