Signs at Beetlebung Corner Prompt Discussion About Future Regulations
Maia Coleman
Chilmark selectmen discussed potentially regulating political signs on town property.
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Protesters Rally Around Postal Service
Maia Coleman
Protesters flocked to Five Corners in Vineyard Haven on Monday afternoon to show support for the United States Postal Service and its workers
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What to Do During a Pandemic? Let Joyce and Morrison Guide You
Maia Coleman
This fall, retired professor Philip Weinstein will lead readers through four novels by Toni Morrison and Ulysses by James Joyce.
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Author Series Finale Turns to Black Lives Matter Movement
Maia Coleman
On Thursday evening, for its fourth and final event, the series turned its focus to the Black Lives Matter movement, bringing the national conversation to the Island stage.
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Staying the Course With Vigilance and Action
Maia Coleman
The morning vigils are just one piece of a larger picture of social activism.
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Rafters and Lost Paddle Boarders Occupy Police
Maia Coleman

Two minor Oak Bluffs waterfront scares prompted a flurry of public safety vehicles near Big Bridge on Wednesday afternoon and evening.

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Slough Farm Looks to Aid Food Insecurity
Maia Coleman
Slough Farm in Edgartown has joined the ranks of the food equity network this summer.
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Major Donor Provides Boost to Agricultural Society
Maia Coleman
A major gift from an anonymous donor was announced this week by the Martha’s Vineyard Agricultural Society, providing a boost for the venerable society in this summer of need.
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Author Series Panelists Set Bar High in Supreme Court Talk
Maia Coleman
It was all things Supreme Court during a debate-style panel as part of the latest event in the 2020 Martha’s Vineyard Author Series.
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Tradition Rules for Chilmark Road Race
Maia Coleman
About 1,550 runners will be “running together apart” in the organization’s first-ever, pandemic-friendly virtual race.
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