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Starting a business, need help with the one you’ve got, SCORE can help

Having trouble with your business? Want to start a business? There is help, here on Martha's Vineyard —help that is confidential and free.

School’s out, Hooray!

Schools across the Island closed June 24, at noon.

Three indicted by Dukes County grand jury

A Dukes County grand jury returned indictments against three Island men on June 22.

Martha’s Vineyard District Court Report

Matthew Gerard Duggan, Falmouth; DOB 6/8/71, use of motor vehicle without authority, OUI-liquor or .

Oak Bluffs School principal resigns

On Sunday, Oak Bluffs School principal Laury Binney caught superintendent of schools James Weiss and school committee members off-guard with a June 26 email announcing his resignation.

Island residents find many ways to spend the Fourth

While Memorial Day weekend is the nominal start of our summer season, the Fourth of July weekend is when the season really explodes.

Reward offered for information about injured turkey

Articles in The Times about a wild turkey running around Vineyard Haven with an arrow through its back caught the attention of The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) and the Humane Wildlife Society Wildlife (HWSW).

Where is Tisbury’s town hall annex?

Visitors and seasonal residents who are used to going to Tisbury's town hall annex on West Spring Street won't find it there this summer.

Tisbury Police arrest Cambridge teen for rape

Tisbury Police arrested Eliot Blume-Pickle, 18, of Cambridge Tuesday morning on a charge that he raped a 17-year-old girl at a party last week.

Fire causes heavy damage to Morgan Woods apts

Edgartown firefighters responded to a report of a house fully engulfed in flames late Wednesday afternoon in the Morgan Woods housing development off Edgartown-Vineyard Haven Road.

Tisbury provides bus patrons shelter from the storm

Tisbury selectman Tristan Israel officially unveiled two new bus shelters erected to shield passengers from the elements while they wait at the Vineyard Transit Authority bus stop near the Vineyard Haven Steamship Authority terminal.

Water, water nowhere, unless you’re odd or even

The Oak Bluffs water district reminds residents in published ads that a mandatory water ban remains in effect this summer.

Martha’s Vineyard Real Estate Transactions : June 14-18, 2010

June 14, Citibank NA as trustee for WaMu Series 2007-HE4 Trust, current holder by assignment of a mortgage from Donald Bell to Washington Mutual Bank, FA sold 29 Smith Hollow Farm to Washington Mutual Bank FA by foreclosure deed for $409,500.

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"Freedom, this is a dreamland, because this is a country of the people, not of the government.

Immigrants must pass a U.S. civics quiz. Test your knowledge.

On July Fourth, the nation celebrates its birthday.

MVTV hires new director

MVTV, the Island's public access cable television station, announced that Julienne Turner is the nonprofit's new station manager and executive director.

West Tisbury prepares to join Island-wide warning system

West Tisbury officials last week considered protocols and procedures for an Island-wide emergency notification system the town expects to join this month.

What you need to know to celebrate the Fourth in Edgartown

The Vineyard's Fourth of July weekend festivities include the Edgartown parade and fireworks.

Corrections

In a story published on June 24, "Standing room only at Davis House," the author of the article was incorrectly identified as Karla Araujo.

MV Hospital squeaks into the budget black

For a new hospital that looks pretty rich, the profit at the end of the fiscal year on March 31 was pretty thin.