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Meshacket Way RFP is good to go

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On Monday, the Edgartown select board approved a plan to seek bids on an affordable housing project planned for Meshacket Way. According to Mark...

Missing cat in Vineyard Haven

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Danielle Jenkins lost her cat named Lucipurr. Jenkins said she is not exactly sure if Lucipurr “slipped off” while they were on the ferry...

Kuehn’s Way project leads way to affordable housing

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On Friday, Island Housing Trust (IHT) held a dedication for Kuehn's Way, which will feature 20 affordable apartments for 60 year-round residents. Kuehn's Way...

Vineyarders rally to end the filibuster

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An enthusiastic group of people waved signs at Five Corners in Vineyard Haven Saturday morning in protest of the filibuster. Someone yelled, “Honk for...

A shot for $1 million

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Martha’s Vineyard appears to be out of the woods when it comes to COVID-19 spread. Over the past few weeks, there have been only...

Edgartown PD searches for shoplifters

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The Edgartown Police Department is searching for recent shoplifters. The department has asked for the public’s help in identifying the suspects in a Facebook...

MVRHS girls tennis secures spot in semifinals

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In the quarterfinals of the MIAA Division 2 South Sectional, the No. 4 seed Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School girls tennis team came out...

Edgartown PD plans lobster roll drive-through

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In a Facebook post, the Edgartown Police Department announced it will hold a drive-thru lobster roll fundraiser on July 3 at the Edgartown School....

Struggle to find help is real

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Doug Abdelnour, owner of Nancy’s Restaurant and Nomans in Oak Bluffs, said he has been having difficulty finding the help he needs. Abdelnour said...

Edgartown–West Tisbury Road is getting trashed

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The police departments of Edgartown and West Tisbury say that uncovered trucks are dropping trash on Edgartown–West Tisbury Road.  Edgartown Police Chief Bruce McNamee said...

The state of the coast

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On May 27, the Trustees of Reservations held a webinar showing a preview of its “State of the Coast” report, which is expected to...

Martha’s Vineyard faces traffic officer shortage

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During the summer months, Martha’s Vineyard’s tourism season brings with it a large increase in traffic and people. According to the Martha’s Vineyard Chamber...

He did it: John Merrow’s 80 for 80

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Updated June 16 John Merrow, a retired “PBS NewsHour” broadcaster, planned an 80-mile cycling fundraiser for his 80th birthday. Merrow had hoped to ride on...

New buoy line changes benefit whales

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Earlier this month, the Massachusetts Marine Fisheries Advisory Commission unanimously approved a proposed plan for new buoy line marking rules for lobster and crab...

‘My sore butt for your big bucks!’

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John Merrow, a retired PBS broadcaster living on Martha’s Vineyard, plans to do an 80-mile bicycle fundraiser on his 80th birthday, he told The...

Island police officers receive mountain bike training

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Fourteen police officers from various departments on Martha’s Vineyard are receiving a three-day training to properly ride a mountain bicycle. The training is being...

Oh, the places they’ll go

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On Saturday, Martha’s Vineyard Public Charter School held the graduation ceremony for the class of 2020 and the class of 2021. The class of...

Updated: MVRHS Class Night celebrates seniors’ accomplishments

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Updated June 7 On Friday, Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School held its 62nd annual Class Night at the Tabernacle in Oak Bluffs. Many Island organizations...

Martha’s Vineyard Seafood Collaborative opens its doors

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A small but lively crowd of people clapped excitedly as John Keene, president of the Martha’s Vineyard Fishermen’s Preservation Trust, cut the red rope...

A week of arts at MVRHS

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Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School is exhibiting pieces of art created by its students. Although it’s called “Week of the Arts,” the exhibit will...