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James Jette, superintendent of public schools in Milton, spoke about education, lifting expectations for all students and the importance of voters' rights during the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day luncheon for the NAACP of Martha’s Vineyard.
January 14, 2022

Restaurants, food stores, retail shops and farm stands on Martha’s Vineyard keep varying hours. Some have been impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic and staff shortages, and some close temporarily in the off-season. What follows is a regularly updated list of what is open and what is closed on the Island.

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TestMV Delays Monday Opening

January 16, 2022

Due to expected severe winter weather conditions, TestMV will delay opening until nooon on Monday, Jan 17.

Voting Rights March Canceled

January 14, 2022

The organizers of the voting rights march scheduled for Saturday, Jan. 15 have decided to cancel the event due to severe weather conditions predicted.

County Mulls Application Process for Rescue Act Funds

January 13, 2022

With the first half of $3 million in American Rescue Plan Act funding in hand, the county commission met Wednesday to talk about the distribution process.

Oak Bluffs Appoints Brian Smith to MVC

January 12, 2022

At a meeting Tuesday, the Oak Bluffs select board settled on Brian Smith as the town’s newest representative to the MVC.