By the Numbers
What brought voters to the polls on Martha’s Vineyard in eye-popping numbers on election day?
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Place of Pride
Next week Oak Bluffs voters will be asked to approve an extra $1.3 million to do what residents have already said they want.
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Fair Winds, Farewell to Bridget
Bridget Tobin was the supreme commander of the Steamship Authority as far as the Vineyard was concerned.
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Across Town Lines
The collaborative talks now underway between leaders in Oak Bluffs and Tisbury portend good things for the future.
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Whose Authority?
It suddenly seems necessary to remind the leadership of the Steamship Authority that the boat line was created and exists for Islanders.
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Right to Vote
The November 6 election is still three weeks away but town clerks around the Vineyard are already in full election mode.
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Graceful Migration
The coastal areas of Martha’s Vineyard have been alive with tree swallows in recent days and weeks.
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Beyond MCAS
Every year, communities across Massachusetts get a complicated school report card that purports to measure their success. The MCAS scores are anxiously awaited.
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Autumn Arrives
Fall tiptoed in softly last week, cloaked in fog and humidity.
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Lola's Welcome Mat
Lola’s Southern Seafood has held its place as an iconic Oak Bluffs restaurant, music venue and bar.
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