Tisbury Police Go Green in Style
Aaron Wilson
The Tisbury police department is the proud owner of the Island’s first hybrid police cruisers.
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Halloween Fun Can Still Be Found if the Spirit Is Willing
Aaron Wilson
Towns around the Island are looking to discourage trick-or-treating and large gatherings, while also trying to come up with creative solutions.
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Drive-In Movies Will Continue All Winter
Aaron Wilson
Drive-in movies at the YMCA will continue, after Oak Bluffs selectmen gave a green light to the Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival Tuesday to keep the popular outdoor film program going.
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What's a Jack-O-Lantern to Do? Vineyard Confronts Pumpkin Shortage
Aaron Wilson
As Halloween approaches it’s not just worries about ghosts and goblins that have folks on edge. There is a pumpkin shortage on the Vineyard.
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Rally Urges Islanders to Get Out and Vote on Nov. 3
Aaron Wilson
A small group of Island activists staged a get-out-the vote rally at Five Corners in Vineyard Haven Saturday afternoon, urging Islanders to register, and go to the polls on Nov. 3 — or before.
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Little Leona’s, Island’s Only Pet Shop, to Close its Doors
Aaron Wilson
The eclectic pet store nestled in the woods off State Road in West Tisbury and home to all manner of creatures, is closing Dec. 31.
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Early Morning Fire Destroys Unoccupied Chilmark Home
Aaron Wilson
Volunteer firefighters quelled a fierce fire in the wee hours Sunday morning that completely destroyed an unoccupied home in Chilmark.
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Derby Was Made for These Times; Saturday Is Final Weigh in
Aaron Wilson
Despite a pandemic and striped bass being out of contention, the 75th derby has been a success on all levels.
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For Amaral Brothers, Derby Has Always Been a Family Affair
Aaron Wilson
Ed and Steve Amaral fished the first Martha’s Vineyard Striped Bass and Bluefish derby in 1946 when they were 10 and nine years old, respectively.
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Summer Street Closures End on Positive Notes in Oak Bluffs
Aaron Wilson
Oak Bluffs Association director Christine Todd told selectmen Tuesday that closing Circuit avenue and part of Kennebec avenue to vehicles on summer Sundays was well received by visitors.
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