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"He says, 'You're talking about saving money here for a rainy day, and how old are you? It's raining.

Vineyard Gazette says circulation fall off follows trend

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Vineyard Gazette circulation numbers dropped across the board, according to a circulation statement for 2010 published Friday.

Barnstable blanked in ice hockey

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The Martha's Vineyard Youth Hockey PeeWees skated to a 3-0 home win against the Barnstable Eagles, Saturday.

Selectman, teacher Greg Coogan hurt in fall

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Oak Bluffs selectman Greg Coogan was injured Monday when he fell from a roof while doing work on his home.

Islanders lose top place to mainlanders in Columbus Day 5K road race

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Luke Grasmeyer, 22, of Chittenang, N.

You gotta register to play

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Registration for all MV Youth Hockey programs will be Monday, at the Arena, starting at 4 pm.

State officials to discuss Mass-RI wind energy plan

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Discussion that began at a public hearing last month about Rhode Island's Ocean Special Management Plan (RIO-SAMP) resumes at a meeting on October 21 hosted by the Massachusetts Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs (EEA).

Field hockey girls tie with Bridgewater

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The Vineyard field hockey team edged closer to nailing a post-season playoff berth, Friday, but could not find the necessary goal to defeat visiting West Bridgewater.

Girls soccer loss to Bishop Stang

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The MV girls varsity soccer team has yet to win a game but they gave Bishop Stang about as much as they could handle before conceding, 2-0.

Doggone good!

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Island dogs have earned an array of off-Island honors in agility and obedience trials.

Edgartown considers sites for solar panels

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Edgartown selectmen, meeting with the town's water commissioners Tuesday, considered possibly installing solar photovoltaic panels on water department land.

“Masterly” soccer

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The Vineyard FC (soccer) Masters returned to their winning ways Sunday by defeating Easton on their "home field" at the Upper Cape Cod Regional Technical School in Bourne.

Tennis highlights

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Scott Smith, Executive Director of Vineyard Youth Tennis, recently attended the World Conference on Tennis, hosted by the U.

West Tisbury, Oak Bluffs win track meets

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The second round of interscholastic junior high track meets was held Friday at the high school oval.

Pistoleer captures championship and shotguns prepare for season

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Jonathan Gill captured the large-caliber division of the annual M.

Fore!

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The undefeated Bishop Feehan golf team dropped the Vineyarders at Heather Hills par 36 course, last Thursday, 243 to 245.

Quack, cackle, bang – bird hunting season begins

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The early duck season begins one half hour before sunrise Friday, October 15 and ends on Saturday, October 23, then resumes on November 18.

Conservation is good business, and Mass Save helps, contractor says

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In these difficult economic times for Island contractors and associated trades, builders have adapted.

Tisbury police take aim at updating policies

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The Tisbury Police Department (TPD) recently took aim at updating its manual, to keep everyone on the same page about policies and rules.