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In a departure from long-standing tradition, no representative of the Catholic Church participated in the blessing of Queen Isabella's crown during the Portuguese-American (P-A) Club's annual Feast of the Holy Ghost held last weekend in Oak Bluffs.
A looming court battle over the location of a gate, maintained and staffed by the private Quansoo Beach Association with an attendant on Sheriff's Meadow Foundation (SMF) property, is on hold.
The November election is still four months away, but nomination deadlines are near for nine two-year seats on the Martha's Vineyard Commission (MVC).
West Tisbury appears likely to get state permission to install lane delineators — collapsible brightly colored posts — on the centerline of State Road approaching its intersection with Old County Road.
The Aquinnah selectmen plan to meet in public session at 8 am this morning with town counsel Ron Rappaport to discuss the Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head's decision to close off a path that had previously provided walking access to Lobsterville Beach.
Superintendent of schools James Weiss appointed Matt Malowski as interim assistant principal at Martha's Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) on Monday.
In the wake of Oak Bluffs School principal Laury Binney's June 26 announcement that he would resign this fall, James Weiss, superintendent of Island schools, said yesterday he hopes to appoint a new principal very soon.
A survey of Chappaquiddick property owners shows that 38 percent of those who responded to the survey favor a mixed-use path for bicycles and pedestrians.