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On Saturday, the day after Jake Baird, a senior at the Martha's Vineyard Regional High School, died in a car accident, a large group of... [Read More]
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It would be hard for many Islanders today to un derstand that 40 years ago Edgartown was a vibrant year-round village. [Read More]
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On the heels of the U.S. Supreme Court's refusal to wade into the Wampanoag casino case, tribal leaders said this week they are ready to... [Read More]
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Margot Datz's large-scale, aquatic mural is nearing its midway-point in the children's room of the Edgartown Public Library. The painting features coral reef, fish, eels,... [Read More]
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Tensions within the Edgartown police department spilled out at the selectmen's meeting Monday during a discussion about the search for a new police chief. The... [Read More]
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The first weekend of 2018 brought single-digit temperatures and a deep freeze settled over the Vineyard. [Read More]
In the wake of a decision by the U.S. Supreme Court Monday to not review the Wampanoag casino case, tribal leaders in Aquinnah said they... [Read More]
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The drive along Beach Road in Vineyard Haven looks a little different these days. That's because two large fuel storage tanks that have long been... [Read More]
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Ferry service was suspended, schools closed, and Islanders hunkered down Thursday as a powerful winter storm lashed the Vineyard with rain, sleet, high winds, and... [Read More]
When Tony daRosa needed a new kidney he turned to his family. His son in law Mike DeBettencourt turned out to be a perfect, and... [Read More]
My favorite season has arrived again and this year with a pleasing vengeance. Animal tracks are everywhere, inviting identification. [Read More]
The intense winter storm followed by extremely frigid temperatures caused severe tidal erosion and sent Island plumbers scrambling on frozen pipe calls over the weekend. [Read More]
Winter weather settled in over the Vineyard during the quiet week between Christmas and the new year. Single-digit temperatures quickly froze harbors and ponds, and... [Read More]
On Friday teams of veteran birders and newcomers participated in the 58th annual Christmas Bird Count on Martha's Vineyard in bitter cold conditions to conduct... [Read More]
Snowy winter days gave way to summer traffic jams as 2017 unfolded on Martha's Vineyard, marked by reversals of fortune, institutional turmoil, environmental stress, triumphs... [Read More]
One immature bald eagle, five snowy owls, 22 great blue herons and a thick-billed murre. This was just part of the tally Friday for the... [Read More]
The new year began with fireworks over Edgartown harbor, where onlookers braved frigid temperatures to welcome in 2018. [Read More]
It was an estimated not-so-balmy six degrees Monday morning when an extra-hardy group of 11 people took a polar plunge into Vineyard Sound to celebrate... [Read More]
Visiting hours are Wednesday and a funeral mass is Thursday for Claire Fournier Mercier, who died Dec. 31. [Read More]
The hope for the year ahead is heard once again in the old and comfortable greeting called out to friends and strangers alike: "We wish... [Read More]
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