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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...

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...