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Ms. Foundation’s Ms. on Martha’s event was back 

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An intimate crowd joined together at Grange Hall on August 16 to hear an interactive conversation between Teresa C. Younger, CEO and president of...

Mayday, mayday, mayday: Abortion pills to the rescue 

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It’s not birth control or contraception, and it’s not Plan B. It’s FDA-approved abortion pills that are accessible through the mail in all 50...

Woman goes out on limb to save tree 

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W.T. Rich Company contractors at the Tisbury School this morning prepared to cut down three trees on Spring Street at the back side of...

SSA announces student art competition winners

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The Steamship Authority (SSA) put on its seventh annual “Sail into Imagination” art competition for students, choosing and announcing 13 winners out of 200...

Bank recognized as a top lender in nation 

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The Martha’s Vineyard Bank has announced that it has been recognized by Independent Banker Magazine as the third consumer and mortgage lender in the...

Church has hang-ups with Roe decision 

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“Roe Roe Roe your vote,” “I am an object,” “We won’t go back,” and “Why make it harder?” are some of the messages that...

Reeling in a crowd 

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  From the Coast Guard to harbormasters and fisherman, to kids playing with crabs, to couples listening to the Dock Dance Band, there was something...

Meet the Fleet on Thursday

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Meet the Fleet is returning on Thursday, August 4, from 3 to 7 pm at the Menemsha docks for the first time in two...

Island riders gear up for the 43rd PMC 

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  Alan Bauer started riding his bike to raise money for cancer research after a close friend passed away from cancer, inspired by a friend...

Critical conversation with the Vineyard Chabad

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The Chabad of Martha’s Vineyard, a nonprofit organization with a nonpartisan Jewish community, is hosting several nights of critical conversations for their inaugural Jewish...

David Berube to speak on PTSD for vets 

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Ever wonder what benefits service dogs provide for vets in cases of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and post traumatic stress injury (PTSI)? Tune in...

Edgartown receives $200,000 state grant

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In partnership with the Martha’s Vineyard Transit Authority, Edgartown has been awarded $200,000 to support a quick launch of a pedestrian path and bicycle...

Motor up, wheels down 

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Ocean Craft Marine (OCM) and its amphibious rigid hull inflatable boats haven’t been in the recreational market long, but have been trying to gain...

‘A weight lifted’ off the shoulders of the Rocker family 

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  Updated 7/29 The truth of the history and legacy of widow Eunice Rocker has not come easy. Propagandized versions of her life have been shared...

A fast-tracked, celebrity-style passenger drop by SeaStreak

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When you think about getting on the SeaStreak ferry, buying a ticket, and following a schedule, you wouldn’t assume that vessel would stop for...

Blood, sweat, and many miles for cellular therapy

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Bob Falkenberg, a 13-year leukemia survivor, is just one example of a transplant recipient that Be the Match (BTM) has been able to treat...

What’s inside the booth 

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  Most Islanders have heard of the Oak Bluffs information booth, and even how it got a paint job last May (if not, get caught...

‘A community where veterans help veterans’

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  After almost two years since a committee formed to obtain land and resources, this past Saturday veterans from the Island came together at the...

T shirt project aimed at Roe decision

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On Thursday, July 28, 1 to 3 pm, and Saturday, July 30, 10 am to 2 pm, the Unitarian Universalist Society of Martha's Vineyard...

Juicy reviews from the burger man

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Ben Pion from Providence, R.I., has started quite the controversial food series on the Islanders Talk Facebook page with his Islandwide burger reviews. The...