Fifty years after 1970, I ask, are they still considered bike paths?
3:11 pm, July 9, 2020
Unified Enforcement Editors, Vineyard Gazette; This is not safe. Visitors now have the impression that they can let down their guard, take off their masks, crowd together and relax on Martha’s Vineyard. They put themselves and all of us in terrible jeopardy. We cannot wait for an explosion of Covid-19 cases here. We need unified Island regulations and enforcement.
3:08 pm, July 9, 2020
Visitors now have the impression that they can let down their guard, take off their masks, crowd together and relax on Martha’s Vineyard.
3:05 pm, July 9, 2020
John’s Ladder It lies waiting bolted to the low platform on the North East corner of the pier A swimming ladder painted and installed
2:58 pm, July 9, 2020
Although charter fishing resumed during phase one of Gov. Charlie Baker’s reopening plan, the dynamics of the business — in particular the small amount of space on a boat — have kept captains cautious.
2:49 pm, July 9, 2020
When the pandemic hit, six-year-old Henry Scott was in kindergarten at the Martha’s Vineyard Charter School and two-year-old Deirdre Scott was in preschool at First Light Child Development Center in Vineyard Haven. Their parents Julie and Laine Scott, were working their day (and night) jobs as farm managers at Slough Farm where the family lives.
2:31 pm, July 9, 2020
An Edgartown woman is facing criminal charges of animal cruelty, after police and a Boston-based animal rescue group found 65 cats being kept in unsanitary conditions at her home. The cats were safely rescued, police said.
1:35 pm, July 9, 2020
Donna Davey, 62, of Oak Bluffs, died in her home on June 3.
1:06 pm, July 9, 2020
Kailey Morel and Nicholas Manzone, of Oak Bluffs, announce the birth of a daughter, Everleigh Brook Manzone.
10:36 am, July 9, 2020

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