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Islanders push to boost voter turnout

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Eight Vineyard organizations have joined forces to form Keep Democracy Alive, a nonpartisan effort to increase voter turnout on both the Island and the...

Marijuana business owners sue state commission

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Updated May 22 Vineyard marijuana businessman Geoff Rose has filed a joint lawsuit with a Nantucket-based dispensary against the state Cannabis Control Commission in an...

Historic Tisbury house to move

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The historic but dilapidated Caleb Prouty House, next to the Vineyard Haven Stop & Shop, will be moved to a new location, ending a...

Hospice to run 30th 5K road race

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Updated May 21 The annual 5K race to benefit Hospice & Palliative Care of Martha’s Vineyard, also called Hospice of MV, an event that usually...

More offshore wind cables approved in Muskeget Channel

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Some members of the Martha’s Vineyard Commission (MVC) are voicing opposition to the offshore wind industry, which is operating in waters around the Island.  In...

Oak Bluffs looks to upgrade police station

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Oak Bluffs is looking at options to renovate or rebuild the town’s aging police station.  The Oak Bluffs select board voted unanimously Tuesday for town...

Over-sand vehicle access approved for Chappy

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Updated A months-long dispute over whether to allow over-sand vehicles on Chappaquiddick beaches managed by the Trustees of Reservations has ended in time for the...

Woman injured on Vineyard prepares for Paris Paralympics

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When two women riding a moped collided with a dump truck on Barnes Road in August 2016, the damage was so horrific that even...

Oak Bluffs breaks ground on wastewater upgrades

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Oak Bluffs officials say a major upgrade of the town’s wastewater treatment facility is intended to reduce the flow of nitrogen and other nutrients...

Steamship PETA ad roils Islanders

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In the hallways of the Steamship Authority (SSA) passenger ferry Martha’s Vineyard, six posters were recently put on display asking passengers a provocative question:...

Oak Bluffs eatery bringing live music this summer

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Updated May 15 Another eatery in Oak Bluffs will bring music downtown. The Oak Bluffs select board has unanimously approved giving an entertainment license to Midnight...

SSA staff recommends New Bedford freight service

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Updated 9:01 pm Special freight barges from New Bedford may soon service the Vineyard, bringing more trucks to and from the Island.  During a Port Council...

SSA bracing for summertime crew shortage

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The Steamship Authority is bracing for potential staffing shortages this summer that could hamper regular ferry service to and from the Island.  The authority, known...

Leaking Eagle leads to ferry cancellations

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Updated May 7 An issue on a Nantucket-route passenger ferry, the Eagle, is leading to cancellations on the Vineyard route.  The Steamship Authority (SSA) announced that...

EduComp redevelopment passes commission review 

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The redevelopment of the former EduComp building in Vineyard Haven into housing took a step forward.  The Martha’s Vineyard Commission (MVC) voted 9-2 in favor...

West Tisbury residents push for better town communication

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Among the various topics townsfolk wanted addressed by West Tisbury government officials, a surprise top contender emerged: better communication from the town.  West Tisbury hosted...

Nip sales end on the Vineyard

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The last chance to buy nips on the Island was on Tuesday, and up to the deadline, liquor stores were trying to sell off...

Keeping Island Dairy Queen ‘iconic’

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Last summer, Island landscaper Paul Beeson came home from work upset, with a cold Dairy Queen Blizzard in hand, expressing his want for a...

Crew shortage cancels ferries on both SSA routes

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A batch of crew shortages has caused ferry cancellations for the Steamship Authority (SSA) on Tuesday afternoon.  The passenger ferry Island Home’s 1:15 pm departure...

Longtime Gosnold select board chair not seeking re-election

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Updated May 1 The leadership of the commonwealth’s smallest town is shifting, with more changes expected in the near future.  After more than two decades of...