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The worldwide oil price crisis is hitting Island commercial fishermen hard. Already struggling with more restrictive regulations and...
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Five workers from the Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah) yesterday began cleaning up Menemsha Pond and its waterfront, picking up stray...
There are times when it’s hard to see the environment for the trees. Look across the Martha’s Vineyard landscape and that mantle of woods...
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It was once a battleground for one of the most heated and divisive fights in the history of Oak Bluffs. It has been five years since the dust...
Jean Wexler
It is what you read when you don’t have to that determines what you will be when you can’t help it. So said the Irish playwright Oscar Wilde.
A plan to build eight affordable homes on eight acres off State Road in West Tisbury drew a number of neighborhood critics at a public...
Built on Stilts Built on Stilts, the Island’s own annual dance festival, will celebrate its 12th season with performances August 15 to 19...
Two West Tisbury property owners have agreed to pay $6,760 in fines for violating the state Wetlands Protection Act. Stephen Rattner and...
Roger Wey
It’s been more than 30 years since a Vineyard resident represented the Island at the State House. This year, four Vineyard candidates are...

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