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‘Our Island is shrinking’

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The natural erosional processes that inevitably shape Martha’s Vineyard are being sped up by increased climate change and sea level rise. With significant amounts of...

Tisbury approves budget, sets climate goals

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After more than four hours underneath the big top outside the Tisbury School, residents approved a more than $30 million operating budget, $5 million...

New delivery service offers customizable meals

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A new food delivery service is now available to people on Martha’s Vineyard that allows orders to be extensively customized: whether it’s a seared...

Surfcasters gear up for Island Cup fishing tournament

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The Martha’s Vineyard Surfcasters Association (MVSA) will again be pitted against the Nantucket Anglers Club (NAC) for the 17th annual Island Cup fishing tournament...

Jabberwocky’s back!

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After a disappointing year for the Jabberwocky community, the beloved organization of friends with and without disabilities will resume in-person camp sessions this summer. “It’s...

Training on race and equity suggested

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The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) is at the forefront of racial and cultural equity and inclusion on-Island, but the core group that...

Mo’s Lunch opens at P.A. Club

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A new restaurant is open at the Portuguese-American Club — serving sandwiches, snack plates, and salads, all made from scratch. Veteran restaurateurs and chefs Maura...

Maciel and Sons remove buried septic semi trailers

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Two tanker semi trailers buried on land off High Point Lane in Tisbury were dug up by the trailers’ owners — Maciel and Sons...

Can we take a peek?

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The whimsical town of Chilmark — with its undulating landscape of twisted vines and sheep grazing in hilly pastures — has captured the hearts...

Purple and white parade toasts MVRHS graduates

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Hundreds of friends, family, school faculty, and more lined State Beach Saturday morning in gleeful anticipation of a parade to celebrate the 2021 Martha’s...

County continues on vaccination campaign path

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Dukes County commissioners are partnering with Barnstable County officials and other entities on-Island to promote vaccination in the younger population. Commission chair Christine Todd said...

Weekend will celebrate MVRHS graduation

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State Beach will be packed with pomp and circumstance on Saturday, June 5, as the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) celebrates graduating seniors...

Airport Fitness allows fully vaccinated members to unmask

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Airport Fitness in West Tisbury is allowing members who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 to unmask inside the facility after showing their vaccine cards...

Nature Conservancy restores sandplain grasslands

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The sandplain grasslands of Martha’s Vineyard are a rare and imperiled ecosystem that exist almost exclusively on islands in Massachusetts, and some of the...

Vineyard Wind awarded airport heli hangar bid

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The former Dutchess Hangar at Martha’s Vineyard Airport will soon serve as a helicopter base for Vineyard Wind’s offshore wind farm. The hangar was approved...

Rhododendron rhapsody

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The leathery-leafed, bright-bloomed rhododendron has been ever-present in the hearts and nurseries of the Martha’s Vineyard garden community — and the love just keeps...

Voters approve two questions

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Voters in Edgartown approved two ballot questions Tuesday in an election that was otherwise lacking in competitive races. The first ballot question, for $2.8 million...

Cyr explains aviation bill intent

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State Sen. Julian Cyr, D-Truro, is sponsoring a bill that he hopes will spark meaningful conversation among his Cape and Islands constituents regarding climate...

Coyote caught on video paddling to Pasque Island

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Eamonn Solway was hosting a sightseeing tour in the waters near the Elizabeth Islands and Martha’s Vineyard when he spotted a coyote paddling against...

Edgartown welcomes new slate of firefighters

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Following an outdoor graduation ceremony held at the Edgartown School Sunday, seven newly licensed firefighters will be protecting the Island community. Despite some necessary alterations...
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