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Vineyard Vines Moves Into Vineyard Haven
Heather Hamacek
The pink whale is coming to Vineyard Haven. Vineyard Vines will open a new store on Main street Vineyard Haven in the building that once housed Midnight Farm and the Bunch of Grapes Bookstore.
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Land Bank Purchases Two Parcels in Vineyard Haven
Steve Myrick
The Martha’s Vineyard Land Bank has announced two new land acquisitions in Vineyard Haven for a combined purchase price of $1.1 million.
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Film Festival Brings Community Together for Weekend of Films and Conversation
Louisa Hufstader
The 17th Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival celebrated determined souls in a four-day program that brought full houses and standing ovations for Dolores Huerta, Bill Nye and others.
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West Tisbury Seventh Grader Wins Island-Wide Spelling Bee
Heather Hamacek
Sam Fetters spelled pinafore correctly Friday morning to win the Island-wide school spelling bee and a second trip to the Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington D.C. this May.
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Ice Cream of Spring, Dairy Queen Offers Blizzards of Tasty Variety
Heather Hamacek

With flurries on Wednesday and snow predicted Sunday, Vineyarders enjoyed a different type of blizzard on Thursday, as the Dairy Queen in Edgartown reopened for the season.

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Lay of the Land as Seen Through Conservation and Agriculture
Heather Hamacek
On Monday at the Agricultural Hall, farmers and conservationists gathered to talk about ways they can work together to shape the Vineyard's future with respect to the land.
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A Man of Science and Romance Inspires the Next Generation
Heather Hamacek
Howard Attebery died this past February at the age of 94 but his lab equipment and his memory will live on at the Martha’s Vineyard Public Charter School.
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Photography is Both Business and Pleasure for New Gallerist
Heather Hamacek
51art gallery in Vineyard Haven features the photography of Teresa Kruszewski, who has shifted from working in retail to running an art gallery.
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Cronig's Celebrates 100 Years of Feeding the Vineyard Community
Louisa Hufstader
When Sam Cronig and his three brothers opened their Vineyard Haven market in March 1917, the world was still at war in Europe.
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Hy-Line Docks at Memorial Wharf for Christmas Test Run
Heather Hamacek
For the first time since 1960 a Hy-Line ferry docked in Edgartown on Tuesday morning, part of a test run for Christmas in Edgartown plans to see if the vessel could dock at Memorial Wharf.
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