Emma Kilbride

Community Services Dreams of Updating Aging Campus

Martha’s Vineyard Community Services will host its 49th Possible Dreams auction Sunday as the organization seeks to raise about $10 million for a complete revamp of its campus. 

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New Preserve Brings More Access to Lambert's Cove

The 13-acre James Pond Preserve includes a half-mile trail loop, pond access, ample vegetation and access to 650 feet of white sand beach flanking Lambert’s Cove.

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New Meals Programs Aims to Help the Island’s Hungry

In addition to providing meals at various camps, summer schools, libraries and the YMCA as it has done for eight years, Island Grown Initiative has added a “meal kit” initiative this summer to combat food insecurity.

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VTA Gets $3.8 Million for New Electric Buses

Once the new buses are purchased, 87 per cent of the VTA’s overall fleet will be electric.

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Tisbury Street Fair Keeps it Silly and Traditional

The Tisbury Street Fair’s reputation as a playground for silly-stringers held true again this year. Thin ribbons of fluorescent foam decorated the asphalt Monday night and no passer-by was safe.

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Making Music With a Meaning

Longtime Vineyard seasonal resident and frontman of the Boston-based band Dispatch, Chadwick Stokes will lead a rock opera next week at Union Chapel and the Old Whaling Church.

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Celebrating Fourth of July Around the Island

The Edgartown Fourth of July parade may look a lot different than when it started out in 1844, but 180 years later the sentiment remains the same.

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From Tigress to Dolphin, Catboat is Common Denominator

For many years, the famous American flag sail was carried by the catboat Tigress, captained and chartered by Kurt Peterson. This summer, the sail is still blowing across the harbor — this time atop his catboat Dolphin.

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Dock Dance Returns to Rock Memorial Wharf

Some wore high heels, some wore cutoffs and others arrived in their bathing suits for the first Dock Dance of the season Tuesday night.

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Feeling the Fourth, Step By Step

This year’s parade begins at 5 p.m. on July 4. Marchers old and new, along with their floats, will line up in the Edgartown School parking lot earlier on Thursday, and when the bell tower strikes five, they will all proceed down a well-worn path.

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