Spirit of Thanksgiving Overflows at Weekend Food Donations
Aaron Wilson
Island churches, nonprofit organizations, Stop & Shop and countless volunteers teamed up to provide over 400 Thanksgiving meals to Vineyard families in need this past weekend.
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Cold-Stunned Kemp's Ridley Finds New Life
Aaron Wilson
A juvenile, cold-stunned Kemp’s ridley sea turtle is on the road to recovery Friday after washing up on the Chappaquiddick side of Norton Point Beach Thursday morning.
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Walking the Beat With Holiday Heroes
Aaron Wilson
On Tuesday, the Edgartown police department will turn their cruisers into Thanksgiving dinner delivery mobiles.
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Jumping Juniper!
Aaron Wilson
Aubrey Sirois' Edgartown shop is a showcase for Island artists.
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Robbery at MV Bank Falmouth Branch Ends in Arrest
Aaron Wilson
An Assonet man was arrested Monday afternoon in connection with an unarmed robbery at the Martha’s Vineyard Savings Bank on Palmer avenue in Falmouth.
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Airport Traffic Sees an October Jump
Aaron Wilson
In a surprise turnaround, tmraffic coming to the Martha’s Vineyard Airport was up 16.2 per cent in October compared to October of 2019 — a stark contrast to past months which had seen precipitous plummets in airport business.
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Tabernacle Needs New Roof
Aaron Wilson
Members of the Martha’s Vineyard Camp Meeting Association told selectmen on Tuesday that the famed Tabernacle's roof has now reached the end of its useful life and is in need of a replacement.
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Island Turns Out to Honor Veterans
Aaron Wilson
Veterans and onlookers gathered in Ocean Park Wednesday morning under gray skies and warm temperatures for a ceremony in honor of Veterans Day.
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Aquinnah Scraps Saturday Special Town Meeting
Aaron Wilson

Citing concerns over the rising number of coronavirus cases on the Vineyard, the Aquinnah selectmen followed in the footsteps of Oak Bluffs Tuesday, voting to cancel their Saturday special town meeting.

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A Life of Service for This Veteran, On-Island and Off
Aaron Wilson
Edgartown town administrator James Hagerty said his marine tours in Iraq were great training for leading his town during a pandemic.
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