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Vineyard icemen finally come home

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The Vineyard boys' varsity hockey team finally played its home opener Friday night, one month into the season after going 1-4 on the road.

Oyster Bar Grille files for bankruptcy, auction halted

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MAD Corporation, the limited liability corporation that owns and operates the Oyster Bar Grille in Oak Bluffs, filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy January 14, according to federal court records.

Vineyard girls fall to Bishop Stang in double OT

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The Vineyard girls varsity basketball team lost a heartbreaker to Eastern Athletic Conference rival Bishop Stang, 51-47, in double overtime Tuesday night in North Dartmouth.

West Tisbury police offer security inspections

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The West Tisbury Police Department has launched a property inspection program to help both residential and commercial property owners improve security.

Hawks burn Blazers in interscholastic hoops

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The West Tisbury boys remained undefeated at 4-0 with a thorough 48-35 win over visiting Oak Bluffs, last Thursday afternoon.

Course helps Martha’s Vineyard families with mental illness

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The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) of Massachusetts is sponsoring a free Family-to-Family educational course in Oak Bluffs for family members of individuals with a serious mental illness.

Martha’s Vineyard towns push for change at MVC

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This month, the Martha's Vineyard Commission began a review of the ways developments of regional impact (DRI) come before the powerful regional planning and regulatory agency.

Martha’s Vineyard police investigate rash of property thefts

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Island police are investigating multiple property thefts in Chilmark, Edgartown, and West Tisbury.

Wind energy siting bill will resurface on Beacon Hill

As environmental advocates rolled out their legislative agenda at multiple events Tuesday, Rep.

$13 million in state aid may be recovered from Evergreen solar

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With the Patrick administration facing criticism for heavily subsidizing a company that is bailing on Massachusetts, Greg Bialecki, the state's economic development secretary, defended public investments in Evergreen Solar Tuesday.

Martha’s Vineyard SafeRides’s lack of funds may strand teens

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SafeRides, a student-run organization, offers rides to high school students on most Friday and Saturday nights, from 10 pm to 2 am, no questions asked.

West Tisbury restaurants will ask voters to approve beer/wine sales

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Three West Tisbury restaurant owners will ask voters at the April town meeting to begin the process of legalizing the sale of beer and wine in restaurants.

Swim team will compete against Blue Hills

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We, as many Vineyard sports buffs, were disappointed when weather called off the first scheduled swim meet between Martha's Vineyard Regional High School's new swim club team and Nantucket High last Sunday.

Deep Bottom fire investigation yields few answers

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An investigation into the Christmas day blaze that completely destroyed a four-bedroom house in the Deep Bottom subdivision in West Tisbury has answered the question of where the fire started but not why.

Correction

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The last name of Ellen Parsons Tatreau, the new interim pastor of First Baptist Church in Vineyard Haven and Gay Head Community Baptist Church in Aquinnah, was misspelled in an announcement in the Community section, published January 6.

Tisbury, Oak Bluffs selectmen discuss regionalization

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The Tisbury selectmen, meeting with the Oak Bluffs selectmen Tuesday, at the start of their regular evening meeting, agreed to convene in executive session to discuss contract negotiations.

Boys basketball team bests Somerset

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Martha's Vineyard Regional High School coach Mike Joyce's varsity basketball team ran away from the Somerset Blue Raiders at the Sancy Pachico gym, Friday, 66-46.

Charges sought against two for smuggling drugs into jail

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Dukes County Sheriff Michael McCormack said he will seek charges against an inmate and a jail visitor following an attempt, on January 5, to smuggle drugs into the Dukes County jail.

Lakers overtake Bulls, Suns extinguish Heat

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In Monday RCBL action at the Boys & Girls Club in Edgartown, the Lakers drew even with the Bulls in the final minutes of the fourth quarter and pulled off a 101-92 win in overtime.