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Martha’s Vineyard Community Notes

The Edgartown Police and Edgartown School have teamed up for a presentation on the role of the school resource officer that will be followed by a question and answer session with school and police officials.

Martha’s Vineyard salt ponds face environmental dilemma

State scientists set levels to restore local ponds, but meeting those levels will be not be easy or inexpensive.

Jessie Kanozak collects shells to reinvigorate shellfish beds

After the Vineyard's oyster population was depleted a few years back, the M.V. Shellfish Group stepped in.

Auction, bivalves, and rock ‘n roll for the Shellfish Group

Fresh shellfish were served up with some spunky rock and roll on the side at Chilmark gathering.

State officials name lobster hatchery for Vineyard’s John Hughes

Division of Marine Fisheries Director Paul Diodati unveiled a new sign that read, "John T. Hughes Hatchery and Research Facility."

Dishing up culture with ACE Martha’s Vineyard

ACE MV paired with the Martha's Vineyard Museum to combine culinary instruction with a glimpse into 3 cultures that are represented on the Vineyard.

Tisbury shellfisherman battles for shared family boat use

As the hearing progressed it soon became clear to selectmen that the proposed amendment floated on undercurrents swirling around one fisherman.

Sharky’s takes bigger bite of Martha’s Vineyard dining

Sharky's Cantina is expanding its Oak Bluffs operations.

Remarkable shellfish

The longer I work with bivalve shellfish, the more impressed I am with what a remarkable life form they are and what a key role they play in the wellbeing of both the planet and humankind.

Tisbury will air proposed changes to town shellfish regulations

Tisbury selectmen will hold a public hearing Tuesday afternoon to consider proposed changes to the town's shellfish regulations that include measures to reduce catch limits and protect seed, or juvenile, bay scallops.

Taste of the Vineyard: Oh what a night

Underneath the surface of this elegant, indulgent, fashionable event, there is a fierce undercurrent in the sea of pinstripe and pink.

Martha’s Vineyard California Wine Affair a success

It was one of the finest spring nights we've had so far this year.

Martha’s Vineyard California Wine Affair at Atria Restaurant

Though the Vineyard, ironically, does not currently have any operating vineyards, it is home to a growing population of wine connoisseurs.

Oak Bluffs shellfishermen air gripes, reap rewards

Oak Bluffs commercial shellfishermen turned out in force at the April 27 selectmen's meeting and unloaded a litany of complaints.

Vineyard aquaculture industry builds mussels

They come from a long line of fishing families. They still fish the traditional underwater troughs and canyons, with the traditional gear. But they...

Friends of Sengekontacket help fund bioremediation project

$10,018 has been contributed to the Martha's Vineyard Shellfish Group, which will help increase the number of actively growing clams in the pond by 400,000.

Shell recycling workshop will highlight importance to marine ecosystem

The Martha's Vineyard Shellfish Group, the Island's regional shellfish organization, will host a community workshop January 21 to explore the ideas and challenges of shell recycling on the Vineyard.

35 years and counting, with your help

2012 will mark the 35th anniversary of the Martha's Vineyard Shellfish Group.

State money means rebirth for Oak Bluffs lobster hatchery

The Division of Marine Fisheries will. rehab the long defunct building and make it available to the Martha's Vineyard Shellfish Group

Pollution from new development should be weighed

To the Editor: The Edgartown Wastewater Treatment Facility (EWWTF) and its willing accomplices are slowly killing the Edgartown Great Pond (EGP). Since 2005 when the Martha's...