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‘The best job I’ve ever had’

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Danielle Charbonneau, an English teacher at Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) who runs the Project Vine program, is a finalist for the Massachusetts...

Vineyarders compete in the Bay State Games

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  Three Vineyard swimmers competed in the Bay State Games over the weekend at the Boston Sports Institute in Wellesley.  Andy Carr, 16, is a member...

First all-women firefighter lineup joins July Fourth parade

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For the first time, an all-women firefighter lineup will be marching down the streets of Edgartown with the 1855 Lysander Button Company fire engine...

Martha’s Vineyard Hospital staff hit by COVID surge

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During a press briefing Wednesday morning, Martha’s Vineyard Hospital officials revealed that between April and June, staff members were infected by COVID 79 times,...

Chicken Alley surpasses $1 million in sales

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Martha’s Vineyard Community Services announced in a press release that Chicken Alley, the thrift shop in Vineyard Haven that benefits the nonprofit, surpassed a...

W.T.’s Jennelle Gadowski is a Commonwealth Heroine

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The women regularly working to make a difference in their community “don’t always make the news,” but Jennelle Gadowski sure did.  A 23-year-old Martha’s Vineyard...

Seth Meyers to return to Possible Dreams

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Martha’s Vineyard Community Services announced in a press release entertainer Seth Meyers will be returning for the third year to host the 44th annual...

Navigating their life voyages

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A book signing and graduation party for students in the Navigators program of Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) took place on Thursday evening....

Supreme Court makes it official

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The U.S. Supreme Court made official Friday what was leaked a month earlier — the court’s majority supported upholding a Mississippi abortion ban in a...

W.T. hires new ZBA board administrator

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Updated June 28 Kim Leaird was unanimously approved by the West Tisbury select board to be appointed as the zoning board of appeals administrator. Leaird...

Police identify deceased driver

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Massachusetts State Police identified the driver who died in the June 22 crash that happened at the curve of New York and Temahigan Avenues...

Aquinnah promises more transparency on town projects

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The Aquinnah select board reached a consensus that the town should have more transparency regarding the rehabilitation and planning of town buildings.  Aquinnah town administrator...

W.T. to hold food truck public hearing

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West Tisbury announced it will be holding a virtual public hearing about the regulations on food trucks and mobile food vendors on Wednesday, July...

Island camps to hold summit 

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The YMCA of Martha’s Vineyard announced in a press release it will be partnering with King Inclusion Consulting, the Island Disability Coalition, and Martha’s...

MVRHS boys win 4×800 at nationals

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The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) boys varsity track team came out on top with first place in the 4x800 emerging elite event...

‘What to the Slave Is the Fourth of July?’

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Under the shifting clouds and peeking sun on Saturday morning, participants and supporters gathered at Inkwell Beach in Oak Bluffs to make a recording...

Aquinnah dump closed on Juneteenth 

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The Aquinnah Dump and Refuse District announced it will be closed on Sunday, June 19, in observance of Juneteenth. Normal operating hours on Sundays...

Campbell: ‘No one should be above the law’

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Andrea Campbell, a Democratic candidate running in the Massachusetts attorney general (AG) race, visited the Island Thursday, and included a stop at The Times...

No food trucks for new W.T. events

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The West Tisbury select board decided by consensus it will not be entertaining food trucks at events that have not historically had them until...

A day of social justice 

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Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) held a schoolwide, all-day event called “Day of Dialogue: A Social Justice Conference” on Friday, which allowed an...