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Homeless shelter approval rescinded

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A little over a week after approving a request by Harbor Homes to operate its homeless shelter at the Martha’s Vineyard Community Services (MVCS)...

Islands still face significant drought

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Massachusetts Energy and Environmental Affairs (EEA) secretary Beth Card announced in a press release that despite the increased precipitation over the last few months,...

Land Bank wants proposals for agricultural leases

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The Martha’s Vineyard Land Bank is offering agricultural leases for 0.5 acres on Sweetened Water Preserve in Edgartown, 7.6 acres on Short Cove Preserve...

Aquinnah issues property tax administration services RFP

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Aquinnah is seeking bids for an individual or firm “to provide the Town with property tax administration services.” The full request for proposals (RFP)...

Rhode Island man arrested on drug charges

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A Rhode Island man was arraigned Monday morning in Edgartown District Court for allegedly being in possession of cocaine with an intent to distribute.  Members...

Up-Island school district anticipates a budget increase

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The Up-Island Regional School Committee’s first budget workshop for the season on Monday evening revealed expectations for an increase in the Up-Island Regional School...

$600,000 for Island nonprofits from M.V. Bank

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Martha’s Vineyard Bank announced in a press release that $600,000 in grants and pledged funding will be donated to three Island nonprofit organizations —...

Feiner Real Estate donates $1,500 to hospital

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Feiner Real Estate representative Phil Cordella presented a donation of $1,500 to Martha’s Vineyard Hospital president and CEO Denise Schepici on Wednesday, Nov. 9,...

Gonna need a bigger harbor

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An unexpected guest in Vineyard Haven Harbor caused a stir for Islanders on Veterans Day.  A shark was spotted swimming in Vineyard Haven Harbor waters....

Veterans: ‘honor, patriotism, and courage’

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The call of “left, right” from Dukes County veterans service officer and retired U.S. Army Sgt. Randy Dull rang out clearly under cloudy skies...

M.V. Airport numbers returning to pre-pandemic levels

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Some of Martha’s Vineyard Airport’s activities are returning to pre-pandemic numbers.  “We are starting to realize pre-pandemic levels of some activity,” airport director Geoff Freeman...

‘We are hemorrhaging housing stock’

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The Island’s planning board agreed that more town-level discussion about short-term rentals is needed before a regional effort can be considered.  The All-Island Planning Board...

Paddy Moore will receive Spirit of the Vineyard award

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Patricia (“Paddy”) Moore, an Island activist for seniors, was announced as this year’s Spirit of the Vineyard award recipient. She is being recognized by...

Speak up, outdoor lovers

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The Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife (MassWildlife) and the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs encourage hunters, anglers, hikers, birdwatchers, and outdoor...

Vineyard figure skaters show strong results

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Fourteen Martha’s Vineyard Figure Skating Club members were medal winners in the Vineyard Open Figure Skating Competition on Saturday. One hundred and fifteen figure...

MVRHS committee debate over homeless shelter request

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A request from Martha’s Vineyard Community Services (MVCS) to allow Harbor Homes to use its campus for the homeless shelter program met some resistance...

MVRHS students praised for ‘gracious and generous actions’

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Updated 11/9 College Board executives commended AP Spanish students from Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) for their role in helping the migrants who arrived...

Hospice is Medicare-certified

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Hospice & Palliative Care of Martha’s Vineyard announced that it became Medicare-certified and earned accreditation through Community Health Accreditation Partner (CHAP), a Virginia-based accrediting...

Seeking to diversify West Tisbury government

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The West Tisbury task force against discrimination found the membership of the town’s boards and committees to be white and older, based on a...

Make way for Kuehn’s Way

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The ribbon-cutting ceremony for Island Housing Trust’s (IHT) Kuehn’s Way, an affordable housing project seven years in the making, was met with jubilation on...