March Keeps Roaring, But Emergency Crews Are Lions Too
Landry Harlan
After a month of storms, Islanders are reflecting on how they fared and looking ahead to how they can be better prepared for when the next one comes.
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Power Slowly Returns as Island Recovers from Blizzard
Sara Brown
Small pockets of the Island remained without Thursday after a March blizzard lashed the Vineyard with high winds and heavy, wet snow.
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Northeaster Leaves Island in Cleanup Mode
Julia Wells

The Vineyard was a scene of flooded roads and docks, eroded shorelines, beached sailboats and downed trees on Saturday.

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Fierce Northeast Storm Lashes Vineyard With High Winds, Heavy Rains
Sara Brown

A ferocious northeast storm lashed the Vineyard with heavy rains and hurricane-force winds Friday, flooding roads, battering coastlines and cancelling ferries for the day.

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Slow-Moving Tropical Storm Brings Rain, Wind, Heavy Surf
Julia Wells and Sara Brown
Rain and wind lashed the Vineyard for a second straight day Thursday as tropical storm Jose churned seas. Ferries are cancelled.
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Storm-Tossed Island, But Hurricane Threat Remote
Julia Wells
Drenching rains and gale-force winds marked the start of the weekend, but forecasters and emergency managers breathed a little easier over the powerful hurricane churning through the southern Atlantic.
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Squalls Race Across Island With Downpours, Lightning Strikes
Megan Cerullo

Roads flooded and lightning struck in more than one place when a line of severe squalls raced through the Vineyard Wednesday morning.

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Winter Storm Brings Summer-Like Rush as Island Hunkers Down
Alex Elvin
Batteries, bread, shovels and gas were in hot demand Monday as Islanders prepared for the winter storm expected to hit the Island Monday evening. "It's like a summer day," said Shirley's Hardware employee Debbie Healy.
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Island Begins Digging Out from Blizzard
Sara Brown
The Vineyard spent Wednesday digging out from the winter gale that battered the Island all day Tuesday. Schools remained closed on Thursday as highway workers and private contractors planned to spend another day clearing snow from roadways.
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Planning For A New Breed of Storms
Jack Clarke
Oct. 29 marks the one-year anniversary of Superstorm Sandy. Had she headed 200 miles farther north of her Atlantic City-area landfall and then taken a left, we’d still be dealing with the havoc left in her wake.
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