A steady stream of trade workers clomp into Shiretown Meats every day. But nobody stays for long. They order a sub sandwich, and about 90 seconds later a Katama (roast beef and bacon topped with coleslaw) appears like magic through a small pass window behind the meat counter.
This Sunday, the Martha’s Vineyard Hebrew Center along with other community members will host a fundraiser for victims of the April earthquake in Nepal.
On Saturday at 9 a.m. the annual Relay for Life cancer benefit begins at the regional high school track.
There will be a car wash fundraiser for the Martha’s Vineyard Little League on Saturday, May 30, from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Two Vineyarders, Chris Fischer and Michael Van Valkenburgh will be sharing the stage Tuesday at the 92Y in New York city.
Amelia M. and Alexandre T. Simas of Oak Bluffs announce the birth of a daughter, Agatha Morais Simas, born on May 27 at the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital.
Over the past seven months, voters in four Island towns have approved funding for a major expansion of the Martha’s Vineyard Refuse District transfer station. The $2.5 million project is expected to triple the Edgartown station’s vehicle capacity and allow for future expansion.
Neighbors who last year opposed the development of the bowling alley in Oak Bluffs are now complaining about the noise. Barn, Bowl and Bistro, a new bowling alley and pub on Uncas avenue, opened earlier this month, and neighbors told selectmen this week they can hear the bowling balls rolling down the lanes from their homes.
The following cases were heard in Edgartown district court.

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