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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...

Martha’s Vineyard remembers the fallen

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  Spectators waved their small flags as they watched the veterans march down the road. The Dukes County Sheriff’s Honor Guard followed as a member...

Updated: Martha’s Vineyard was busy for Memorial Day weekend

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Updated June 1 Martha’s Vineyard is expecting many tourists to come as the summer season approaches, and if Saturday night is any indication, they were...

No kidding: Goats to get new pens

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A Martha’s Vineyard Land Bank program that uses goats to clear invasive plants continues to thrive on the Island. However, the animals need a...

‘May the barriers that divide us crumble’

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One year ago, George Floyd was killed at the hands of former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin, setting off a series of protests across...

Sheriff ropes in students

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A helmet-wearing boy gripped tightly on the ropes as he pulled himself up the pole. The students below him stared as the boy made...

Bunnies reunited with owner 

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The West Tisbury Police Department found what they believe to be domestic rabbits, and took to social media to help facilitate a hoppy reunion. According...

St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church to remember George Floyd

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On the anniversary of George Floyd’s death, St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church will host a gathering at 8 pm in the Tabernacle on Tuesday. According...

MVC makes changes to building policies

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On Thursday, the Martha’s Vineyard Commission (MVC) made amendments to its checklist for developments of regional impact (DRI).  In a unanimous vote, MVC has made...

West Tisbury deals with doggone issues

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During a Zoom meeting on Wednesday, the West Tisbury select board was presented with two separate dog-related issues — one concerned an escaping Shih Tzu...

Moe to perform at Beach Road ‘350’

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Beach Road Weekend “350” has added another piece to its July 23-25 performances. The legendary jam band moe. will be kicking off the festival...

Coast Guard Auxiliary offers vessel safety check

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In recognition of National Safe Boating Week, the Martha’s Vineyard Coast Guard Auxiliary has a reminder for boaters. The auxiliary is conducting free vessel...

MVRHS athletes commit to collegiate soccer

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The girls beamed as they signed their names on the pieces of paper, excited for their futures. Soon they will be playing soccer in...

Oak Bluffs information booth gets new paint job 

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The Oak Bluffs information booth has a fresh coat of paint, thanks to volunteers. John Cummings, a member of the Friends of Oak Bluffs, volunteered...
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