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The authority is reporting "robust opening-day activity" when it comes to summer automobile reservations for trips to Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket. [Read More]
Two Steamship Authority employees have tested positive for COVID-19. One mariner served aboard the Gay Head on the Nantucket route. The other mariner served aboard... [Read More]
The Island boards of health reported 23 new cases of COVID-19 Wednesday, for a total of 55 cases since Friday. Of the new cases, 11... [Read More]
We understand it's been difficult for the Tisbury School Building Committee to attract parents and taxpayers to in-person meetings because of the ongoing pandemic — and... [Read More]
To the Editor:  Every morning I walk through Veterans Memorial Park. Last night someone drove a vehicle across the park, going through the playground along... [Read More]
To the Editor: OK — I will admit it — sometimes I think "out of the box," and it doesn't always work.  I have been reading... [Read More]
To the Editor:  Last week I completed a three-evening community conversation on anti-racism put on by Islander Kyle Williams and cohorts, called "A Long Talk."... [Read More]
John Smith's plan was to transition from a 40-year career in engineering to spending more time at a home he owns in Edgartown, but once... [Read More]
Girls hockey  The MVRHS girls hockey team started the season with a pair of Cape and Islands League road games, and came away with a... [Read More]
The passage of time is a continuum, and it is relentless. After a year of the spread of a deadly disease, shootings of unarmed Black... [Read More]
The increase in ferry bookings may point to a strong summer season for Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard. [Read More]
On Tuesday, the Steamship Authority's held the 2021 general internet opening for the Vineyard reservations, and it proved glitch-free, according to SSA spokesman Sean Driscoll.... [Read More]
The Ford Motor Company is often lauded for the invention of the modern assembly line (a claim that begins with a lot of caveats). But... [Read More]
In the days after the events at the Capitol on Jan. 6, it seemed a good idea to gather with and listen to what some... [Read More]
By Lily Sebastian, Hardy Eville, and Sara Creato On January 11, the Martha's Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) transitioned from fully remote to hybrid learning,... [Read More]
It was a matter of being in the right place at the right time — with the right message. As an unpublished author, I've written... [Read More]
The newly formed Black Student Alliance Club (BSAC) at Martha's Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) had its first meeting on January 7. Founded by junior... [Read More]
After you've lived on the Island for a couple of years in the off-season, you start to recognize people everywhere you go. Steve Soriano, who... [Read More]
Four years ago, some women were mad as hell — and quite a few men, too — at the election of a president who was caught on... [Read More]
Dear Dogcharmer Reader, A couple of months ago, Irene asked me what she should have done when she was threatened by a loose dog while... [Read More]
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