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Island schools update health and safety policy

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The Martha’s Vineyard Public School District (MVPS) is amending health and safety policies as state and federal COVID restrictions continue to loosen, doing away...

Oar and Paddle Regatta returns

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Friends, family, and neighbors headed to Sengekontacket Pond Sunday, August 28, to have some competitive fun out on the water with kayaks, canoes, paddleboards,...

Wampanoag Tribe receives 700-pound donation of haddock

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Members of the Wampanoag community both on and off the Island will be receiving 700 pounds of freshly fileted haddock from the Massachusetts Environmental...

Going to the Beach

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The Beach Road Weekend Music Festival is finally here, with each day of tunes constituting an all-out bash of big-name performers, notable up-and-coming artists,...

Spreading the word

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Over at Native Earth Teaching Farm in Chilmark, back behind a small wooden structure filled with colorful drums, something truly unique is blossoming. What started...

Over the hills and fore away

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It can be tough for folks who first visit Martha’s Vineyard to visualize another smaller and even more rustic Island just a stone's throw...

Here comes the fried

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Some dinner dishes are simple enough to whip up in no time at all, but are delectable and classy enough for a nice date...

‘Something for everyone’

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The Martha’s Vineyard Concert Series continues through the summer season with a number of national touring artists coming to music venues across the Island....

‘The perfect time to tell this story’

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Vineyard visitors from all across the country came out to the Martha’s Vineyard Performing Arts Center (PAC) Saturday night to witness a sneak peek...

State to review MVRHS regional agreement

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The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) is submitting a draft of the updated regional agreement to the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary...

South Beach under dangerous surf advisory

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The Edgartown Parks Department issued an advisory to swimmers at South Beach for the third time this week on Friday, with 6-foot swells and...

Lyme vaccine bus heads to the high school

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The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School committee agreed at Monday’s meeting to house a Lyme vaccine clinic bus at the football field parking lot...

Welcome note

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The Island Community Chorus (ICC) has been a major Island institution since 1996, and the group now has a new leader in Bill Peek,...

‘Everyone’s invited’

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Film and performance are powerful societal tools that invite communities to become more connected, more accepting, and more compassionate. The second annual Martha’s Vineyard Disability...

On point

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When fishing conventionally, the difference between getting skunked and landing a good catch often comes from how aptly one can follow the plunging seabirds...

Dressed to perfection

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Susanna Herlitz-Ferguson opened MV Salads four years ago on Circuit Avenue, and the shop quickly took off, with its fresh salads and ingredients sourced...

‘What would Luke do?’

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Luke Gurney was known to many as a skilled angler and a master carpenter, but his ability to touch the hearts of those around...

Fully booked

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The Martha’s Vineyard Author Series is back this year with a slew of talented writers with various literary focuses, debuting their new works at...

New superintendent contract approved

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Incoming Superintendent Richie Smith had his terms of employment finalized and his final contract with Martha’s Vineyard Public Schools approved by the All-Island School...

MVRHS explores vaping infractions

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Following a visit to several Cape Cod schools, the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) administration is considering ways to stem the surge of...