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Islanders Rally in Protest Against Supreme Court Decision
Close to a hundred protesters gathered at the Five Corners Saturday expressing their disapproval of the recent Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe V. Wade.
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Chicken Alley Sales Top $1 Million in Banner Year
With less than two weeks to spare in the 2021-2022 fiscal year, Chicken Alley Thrift Shop surpassed one million dollars in sales for the first time.
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Truth and Joy Festival
For the Martha's Vineyard Diversity Coalition's (MVDC) Truth and Joy events this weekend, the narrative will travel full circle, from the hard reckoning of history, to the potential for celebration.
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State Police Investigate Fatal Car Crash in Oak Bluffs
A single-car accident in Oak Bluffs early Wednesday morning resulted in the death of the driver and left a passenger critically injured, state police and Oak Bluffs safety officials confirmed. State police identified the driver as Micah P. Anderson, 28, of Grand Rapids, Mich.
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Celebrating James Joyce In Words and Song
On Saturday, 100 years after the publication of Ulysses, the spirit of Joyce’s seminal work returned for the annual Bloomsday Celebration in West Tisbury.
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Juneteenth Celebrates History of Holiday in Weekend Jubilee
One year after being recognized as a federal holiday, Juneteenth will be celebrated this weekend on the Vineyard in the form of a weekend-long jubilee.
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FilMusic Festival Pairs Movies and Music on Stage
Next week, for the tenth year in a row, the Martha’s Vineyard Film Society will host its FilMusic festival celebrating the intersection of music and cinema.
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Beach Road Construction Ready to Pause for Summer
Recent traffic backups on Beach Road in Vineyard Haven are due to come to an end Friday as paving and other construction work wraps up, Tisbury town officials said this week.
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Boys Tennis Team Falls in State Semifinal Match
After a season that defied expectations, the boys tennis team fell to Wayland High School in the semifinal of the state tournament, ending their championship run.
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Vineyard Community Gives Warm Sendoff to High School Class of 2022
The class of 2022 was lauded for its depth of character, hard work and perseverance Sunday afternoon as families and friends crowded beneath the soaring roof of the Tabernacle.
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