No Spring Sports Leaves Big Hole to Fill for Seniors
Aaron Wilson
Canceling the spring sports season was a blow to many — players, coaches, fans — but no one felt the sting more than the senior athletes.
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Aquinnah Tightens Parking Rules for Town Beaches This Summer
Aaron Wilson
Aquinnah beaches will be open this summer, but parking will be strictly limited, and town leaders are considering additional rules.
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High School Mulls Graduation Alternatives
Aaron Wilson
Alternative plans for graduation ceremonies and budget matters occupied the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School district committee Monday.
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Sharks Cancel Summer League Baseball for 2020
Aaron Wilson

The boys of summer will be missing this year, as the Martha’s Vineyard Sharks confirmed Sunday that they will cancel the 2020 collegiate baseball league season.

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Cuttyhunk, Menemsha Harbors Delay Opening As Boating Season Looms
Aaron Wilson
With shipyards prohibited under the state stay-at-home order from launching boats, at least two harbors have delayed opening for the upcoming boating season.
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Schools Stay Closed for Remainder of Academic Year
Julia Wells and Aaron Wilson

Martha’s Vineyard public schools will stay closed, along with their counterparts around the commonwealth.

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Fire Inspections, North Bluff Update Occupy Oak Bluffs Selectmen
Aaron Wilson

In his first report to the Oak Bluffs selectmen this week, interim fire chief Martin Greene outlined a plan to begin business inspections later next month.

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High School Athletes Win All Star Honors
Aaron Wilson
Vineyard high school athletes on the ice, the hardwood, the track and in the pool all received all-star nods from the Boston Globe this week.
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Island Inn Provides Emergency Housing During Pandemic
Aaron Wilson

The Island Inn in Oak Bluffs opened this week to provide emergency residence for Islanders who are at high risk of exposure during the pandemic and may need to be isolated from family or other household members.

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Vineyard Schools Cancel April Vacation
Aaron Wilson

Martha’s Vineyard public schools will forgo April vacation, and the Island school year will end on Monday, June 22, the all-Island school committee decided Friday.

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