Tony
If Tisbury voters approve the sale of beer and wine in the town’s restaurants at the upcoming town ballot, how many licensed premises will...
lettering
Skies were blue this week in Edgartown, where, despite an unusually high number of vacant storefronts, empty sidewalks and available...
A sharply divided Martha’s Vineyard Commission voted last Thursday to hold another round of review for several proposed changes to the new...
Calling it a “complete break” with the past, Island Affordable Housing Fund executive director T. Ewell Hopkins this week revealed...
Hospital
Among the little group which toured Martha’s Vineyard’s new hospital on Tuesday, Gladys Welch, recently retried after 59 years as a nurse...
scallops
Though most towns in Massachusetts officially close the bay scallop season at the end of next week, Edgartown shellfishermen can keep...
quahaug
Summer shellfishermen will have access to Sengekontacket Pond for the first time in several years, so long as there isn’t a big rainstorm...
Islanders are invited to nominate young people, ages 16 to 23, to serve as delegates to the Stone Soup Leadership Institute’s fifth annual...
Razmus
Vineyard Haven’s Rasmus Sayre added a few extra days to school vacation to win his age group at the Techno 293 Junior Windsurfing North...

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