Oak Bluffs Names Interim Fire Chief
Aaron Wilson
Oak Bluffs has named Martin Greene, former Bourne fire chief, to be the town’s interim fire chief. A veteran firefighter from just over the bridge on Cape Cod, Mr. Greene was the unanimous choice of the Oak Buffs selectmen.
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Bald Eagle Nest Is First of its Kind on the Vineyard
Aaron Wilson
Two bald eagles took over an osprey nest beginning last year. This spring, they returned and laid eggs, a first in the natural history record books for the Vineyard.
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Sharks Beef Up Roster in Preparation for Summer Baseball Season
Aaron Wilson
While an early-March snow shower might have Islanders reverting to winter blues, summer baseball is not far away.
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Oak Bluffs Presents Town Hall Designs
Aaron Wilson
Oak Bluffs selectmen held a forum Wednesday night to introduce two energy-efficient design plans for the Oak Bluffs town hall renovation project.
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Amid Coronavirus Concerns, High School Cancels Student Trips
Aaron Wilson
Amid growing concern about the global coronavirus outbreak, the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School has taken numerous measures including canceling school trips.
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Selectmen's Races Shape Up for Annual Town Elections
Aaron Wilson
The annual town election season on the Vineyard is shaping up to be an active one this year.
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Athletic Field Plan Hits Early Snag
Aaron Wilson
An ambitious plan to overhaul the athletic fields at the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School hit a bump in the road this week.
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Boys Hockey, Basketball Fall in Round Two of Playoffs
Aaron Wilson
Closing out the high school winter sports season, Martha’s Vineyard boys hockey and basketball teams ended their playoff runs.
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Hockey, Basketball Advance in Playoffs
Aaron Wilson
Boys hockey and basketball teams both muscled their way to upset victories against Somerset Berkley and Archbishop Williams this week in the first round of the MIAA division three south sectional playoffs.
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Homeless Advocacy Group Buys Property
Aaron Wilson

An innovative approach to the problem of homelessness on Martha’s Vineyard moved a step closer to reality Wednesday with the purchase of a six-bedroom home.

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