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Fresh Fish and Fresh Perspective, Keeping the Light on Up-Island
For Menemsha Fish Market owner Stanley Larsen, the harbor is a natural wonderland. “I was watching a loon this morning eating a clam right off the...
8:22 pm, January 31, 2013
WMVY Lives On Online, Will Leave Dial Next Week
Radio station WMVY, the popular Vineyard station that was endangered after its owners sold its FM signal, will live on through online streaming after...
8:17 pm, January 31, 2013
Last Call for Seasons Restaurant
Seasons Eatery and Pub, the longtime Circuit avenue institution beloved by sports fans, locals and tourists alike, will close its doors on Sunday,...
8:00 pm, January 31, 2013
Gazette Names New Sales and Marketing Director
Skip Finley, a nationally-recognized broadcast executive, has been appointed director of sales and marketing for the Vineyard Gazette Media Group,...
5:03 pm, January 31, 2013
WMVY Nears Goal To Raise $600,000
North Dakota has come through, making it a clean sweep of donations from 50 states for radio station WMVY. And the popular Vineyard station that was...
10:16 pm, January 24, 2013
Still Keeping the Peace, Vineyard Mediation Looks to Next Stage
For nearly 30 years, it has solved disputes that were heading to small claims court. It has helped resolve differences between business partners,...
7:59 pm, January 24, 2013
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Island Cooperative Sees Sun And Wind as Powerful Future
With 1,300 members and the Island’s first municipal solar array a reality as of this week, Vineyard Power, the Island energy cooperative that was...
7:50 pm, January 24, 2013
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Plotting Her Future at Slip Away Farm
Lily Walter took off her muck boots, hung up her Carhartt jacket and cleaned the fog off her glasses. It was a cold January day and she had just come...
7:28 pm, January 24, 2013
For Lack of China, No Beer Will Be Served at Rocco's
Rocco’s Pizzeria in Vineyard Haven will have its beer and wine license revoked because the owners refuse to switch from paper plates to china. The...
7:18 pm, January 24, 2013
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