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Cleared trees to be replaced along O.B. roadwork

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Contractors for the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) have clear cut along Beach Road and Eastville Avenue as part of shared use path (SUP)...

Oak Bluffs terminal closes

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Updated @ 4:30 pm The Steamship Authority, which had been diverting ferries from Oak Bluffs Tuesday due to wind issues, closed the terminal midday due...

Reflecting on a century

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Longtime Oak Bluffs resident Gladys Segal celebrated her 100th birthday on Sunday with a family gathering at her Beach Road home. She was born...

The chief of Amity Island?

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Edgartown Police Sgt. Jonathan Searle was chosen by the Oak Bluffs select board to be the town’s next police chief. Searle will take the...

Harris headed to the Vineyard

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Vice President Kamala Harris is expected to visit the Vineyard next week, according to multiple sources unable to speak on the record due to...

Two transported after rear-end collision 

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Two people were taken to Martha’s Vineyard Hospital by Edgartown and Oak Bluffs ambulances following a collision on Edgartown–Vineyard Haven Road Friday morning.  “It appeared...

PILOT prospect fizzles for high school relief

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Vineyard town administrators, select board members, and other officials learned Wednesday night at their fourth roundtable that PILOT (payment in lieu of taxes) payments...

Pickup truck rolls over by airport

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A Ford pickup rolled over on its side late Thursday morning by the entrance to Martha’s Vineyard Airport entrance. Edgartown EMS, police and fire...

Tisbury voters head to the polls May 24

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Tisbury voters will head to the polls at the Emergency Services Building on Tuesday, May 24, from noon to 8 pm. There are no...

Sgt. Day resigns from Tisbury PD

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Sgt. Jeff Day has resigned from the Tisbury Police Department. Tisbury town administrator Jay Grande informed The Times of Day’s resignation on Tuesday, and...

Tisbury School project in $10 million hole

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The Tisbury School renovation and addition project has been estimated to be $10 million over budget. The Tisbury School building committee (TSBC), working with...

Woods Hole strikes WHOI dock in ‘thick fog’

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Updated @2:10 pm On Saturday the Steamship Authority ferry Woods Hole crashed into a dock that belongs to the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. SSA spokesman...

Vineyard Wind and partners showcase new jobs

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Vineyarders got a chance Thursday, April 28, to learn more about the jobs available to service and monitor Vineyard Wind 1, the nation’s first...

SSA authorizes Nantucket barge service

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The Steamship Authority board unanimously authorized a temporary license for 41 North Offshore barge service to Nantucket on Friday at a special one-item meeting....

Chief Bradshaw receives accreditation 

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Chilmark Fire Chief Jeremy Bradshaw has attained fire chief’s accreditation. “The Massachusetts Fire Service Commission granted accreditation to Chief Jeremy Bradshaw of the Chilmark Fire...

Tide rises for Tisbury’s mooring fees

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Following an April 20 hearing, Tisbury’s select board voted unanimously to raise mooring and dockage fees.  Harbormaster John Crocker said the increase was 10 percent,...

Chilmark paves way for housing bank

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By 257 votes to 69, Chilmark voters cast the deciding votes to send the proposed housing bank legislation to Beacon Hill. The election, which...

Update: Prescribed burn put on hold

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State and local fire officials have confirmed that a prescribed burn planned for the Manuel Correllus State Forest on Saturday has been canceled due...

Oh, what a feline

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A cat infiltrated Chilmark’s annual town meeting twice Monday night. The double-pawed cat strolled the aisles during its initial visit to the Chilmark Community...

Chilmark becomes fifth town to support housing bank

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  Updated Chilmark voters joined their peers in Tisbury, Oak Bluffs, Edgartown, and West Tisbury in supporting a housing bank. At town meeting Monday night, voters...