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Summer Business Outlook Optimistic, But Worker Shortage Called Critical
Vineyard business leaders are showing more than the usual blend of hope and optimism for a profitable summer, as the Island gears up for Memorial Day...
6:15 pm, May 21, 2015
Director of Featherstone Wins Tourism Award
Ann Smith, the executive director of Featherstone Center for the Arts, was the recipient of the Tourism Award for Martha’s Vineyard.
6:12 pm, May 21, 2015
As Chappy Ferry Line Grows, Talks Snarl Over Solutions
The Edgartown planning board has begun gathering information and suggestions in the latest attempt to solve, or at least improve the traffic snarl...
9:23 am, May 21, 2015
New Oak Bluffs Bowling Alley Opens for First Bowlers
Families took to the lanes this week as the Vineyard's new 10-pin bowling alley welcomed the first eager bowlers for soft opening events. A grand...
10:53 am, May 20, 2015
With a Dog as Its Copilot, Uber Arrives on Martha's Vineyard
Uber provides an experience different than most taxi rides. The first clue, when an Uber driver arrived at the Harbor View Hotel Tuesday evening for...
5:58 pm, May 14, 2015
Economics of Lighthouse Move Trickle Down to Local Shops
With the Gay Head Light relocation project under way and temporary parking rules in place at Aquinnah Circle, shop owners at the cliffs are hoping to...
5:32 pm, May 14, 2015
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Loft Spared Suspension, Issued Warning for Liquor Violations
At the continuation of a disciplinary hearing Tuesday, the Oak Bluffs selectmen found the Loft at Dreamland had violated nine liquor control...
5:29 pm, May 13, 2015
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Renovations in Full Swing at Capawock, Strand
A newly renovated Capawock theatre in Vineyard Haven is quickly taking shape, and on Monday afternoon, the front doors were wide open and the...
6:18 am, May 12, 2015
Moving With the Flow, New Dance Studio Embraces Art of Free Expression
Sandy Stone-Benjamin fell in love with dance in the third grade, and later went on to perform with the Paul Taylor Dance Company. Recently, she...
6:35 am, May 11, 2015
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