Louisa Hufstader

MVC Approves Stillpoint

Led by Thomas Bena, founder and former director of the Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival, and advisor Jake Davis, Stillpoint Meadows aims to be a gathering place for classes, talks and other events.

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School Committee Caps Legal Spending, Seeks Settlement in Turf Suit

The new cap on spending commits the school to only use the remaining balance of this year's legal budget on the turf appeal.

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Three Candidates Run for Open Tisbury Select Board Seat

Voting takes place from noon to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, May 9, at the town’s emergency services facility on Spring street.

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Vineyard Haven Taqueria Wins Planning Board Approval

A planned Mexican restaurant on Union street in Vineyard Haven took a giant step toward opening this summer when the Tisbury planning board voted 4-1 Wednesday to allow a special permit for the operation.

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MVYouth Awards Nearly One Million Dollars in Scholarships

Sixteen of the Vineyard’s graduating high school seniors have been awarded a total of $946,000 in scholarships from MVYouth, a community fund established in 2014.

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High School Committee to Seek Resolution in Turf Field Dispute

After an executive session Monday, high school committee chair Robert Lionette said the committee directed its attorney to reach out to the Oak Bluffs planning board to resolve the ongoing lawsuit.

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Fauré and Franck Lead the Way at Community Chorus Concert

The Island Community Chorus’s annual spring concerts are when Vineyard audiences can count on hearing a major choral work, from start to finish and accompanied by professional instrumentalists from both sides of the Sound.

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Vision Fellowships Broaden Horizons for Students and Professionals

The 15 Islanders receiving Martha’s Vineyard Vision Fellowships this spring include high school and college students, professionals seeking advanced degrees and ecologists working on Vineyard projects.

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Celebrating Energy and Ingenuity of Island's Young Leaders

Young leaders stepped into the spotlight as the Martha's Vineyard Chamber of Commerce held its 40 Under 40 celebration.

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Tisbury Voters Approve High School Budget at Town Meeting

Voters in Tisbury capped a long evening by approving the regional high school operating budget with an overwhelming voice vote. The outcome keeps the issue in limbo, with Aquinnah set to cast the deciding vote on May 9.

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