Hospital Reports Its First Death From Coronavirus
Two years after the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic began, the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital reported its first on-Island death from the coronavirus Tuesday.
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MVC Wrestles With Tisbury Demolition
The Martha’s Vineyard Commission decided Thursday not to review a demolition on Hatch Road in Vineyard Haven, amid wide-ranging discussion about tear-downs.
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MVC Debates Another Historic Home Demolition
Expansion plans at the Aidylberg elderly housing complex in Oak Bluffs are likely headed to the Martha’s Vineyard Commission for review.
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After the Blizzard, Town Managers Praise Response
The Vineyard was spared major damage from the daylong blizzard that swept across the Island Saturday, town and emergency managers said.
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Winter Northeaster Leaves Island Digging Out
Martha’s Vineyard began digging out early Sunday after a daylong blizzard lashed the Island with high winds and drifting snow.
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Storm Preparations Under Way; SSA Cancels Ferry Service for Saturday
Blizzard warnings and travel advisories were up on Martha’s Vineyard Friday as a powerful northeast winter storm made its way up the mid-Atlantic. The Steamship Authority announced that all ferry service would be suspended Saturday.
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Pedestrian Is Struck by Pickup Truck at Five Corners
A 58-year-old Vineyard Haven woman who was struck by a pickup truck at the Five Corners intersection in Vineyard Haven Monday night was flown to an off-Island hospital with serious injuries, Tisbury police confirmed late Tuesday
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MVC Adopts Budget, Pushed Higher By Legal Expenses
The Martha’s Vineyard Commission will see its operating go up in the coming fiscal year, from $1.8 million to just over $2 million, an overall increase of 11 per cent from 2022.
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Stop and Shop Expansion Set to Begin
After years of delays in court, a long-planned expansion and renovation project at the Edgartown Stop & Shop is back on track, spokesmen for the grocery chain confirmed Thursday.
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Oak Bluffs Sergeant Resigns Amid Tangled Case of Missing Gun
A veteran Oak Bluffs police sergeant has resigned following a tangled internal investigation into a police department-issued rifle that went missing for more than two years and was later found beneath piles of equipment in the basement.
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