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Record Summer for Vineyard Transit Authority
It was a busy and profitable year for summer traffic to the Island by ferry and by air. But the big transportation success story of the summer is the...
4:50 pm, September 11, 2014
Jeanne Ogden Named Savings Bank Vice President
Martha’s Vineyard Savings Bank has hired Island resident Jeanne Ogden as the bank’s new vice president, head of residential lending.
1:38 pm, September 11, 2014
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Online Sales Help Businesses Bridge the Seasonal Survival Gap
From daylilies to sea salt to vintage clothing, the internet is playing an increasingly important role in Island business. Some entrepreneurs are...
6:29 am, September 8, 2014
Primary Care Clinic Expands Mission Under New Ownership
Vineyard Medical Care (formerly Vineyard Medical Services) is on track to blaze new trails after a recent change of ownership brings with it an added...
7:33 pm, September 4, 2014
Edible Vineyard Is Put Up for Sale
Edible Vineyard, the quarterly magazine that has celebrated the Island food scene since 2009 with stories, recipes and photography, is seeking new...
4:58 pm, September 4, 2014
Gone Potting! Black Sea Bass Fishery Is Good Business
Mark Alan Lovewell
On Tuesday morning Capt. David (Tubby) Medeiros, 50, and his son Cory, 14, head out early in their boat, Billie H., to haul pots of black sea bass.
5:50 am, September 3, 2014
Always Shopping for New Ideas Helps Feed the Future
On any given day the owner of Cronig’s Markets can be found sweeping the parking lot of his stores, pulling bull briar and poison ivy at Thimble Farm...
5:47 pm, August 28, 2014
Creating a Spreadsheet for Giving Back
In the 1980s Mitchell Kapor designed Lotus 1-2-3. Today, he and his wife, Freada Kapor Klein, devote much of their time to investing in startup...
4:16 pm, August 28, 2014
Film Center Roots Grow Deeper
Two years ago, the Martha’s Vineyard Film Society was what founder and executive director Richard Paradise calls a “gypsy organization.”
2:03 pm, August 28, 2014
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