MVY Radio Cuts the Ribbon on New Building and Capital Campaign
MVY Radio officially cut the ribbon on their State Road studio and office building Friday morning, welcoming community members to the new space with a tour, a lunch and a champagne toast.
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From City to Island, a Strong Connection Is Made
Beginning 15 years ago, Neighborhood First has come to Martha’s Vineyard for a week each June to give teens and preteens from the Philadelphia area a chance to relax and have fun on the Island.
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State Wildlife Officials Suspect Avian Flu is Cause of Large Bird Mortality
State environmental officials said Wednesday that they now “strongly suspect” that avian influenza is responsible for the death of large numbers of seabirds washing up on Island shores.
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On the Road to Edinburgh With Peter Pan
This weekend, students at the charter school debuted Peter Pan and the Quest to Save Neverland, a reinvention of J. M. Barrie’s play that will travel next summer to Edinburgh’s Fringe Festival.
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Best of Vineyard Party Reveals Readers' Choice Awards
Over fresh oysters and local brews, Island businesses and community members gathered at the Farm Neck Golf Club on Wednesday to celebrate the 2022 Best of the Vineyard winners.
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Art Blooms at Annual Fundraiser
The Martha's Vineyard Garden Club's annual Blooming Art fundraiser returns this weekend, June 17 — 19.
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Charter School Previews Play Chosen for Fringe Festival
The Charter School’s production of Peter Pan and the Quest to Save Neverland, showing June 16–18 at the Grange Hall, has been chosen to perform at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
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Keeping Up With Leopold Bloom
The Island's annual Bloomsday Festival, celebrating the writings of James Joyce, returns this Saturday to a new location: the First Congregational Church of West Tisbury.
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Sailing Team Sees Fair Winds in Successful Season
The Martha’s Vineyard high school sailing team cruised to its third consecutive Cape & Islands Division team racing title this spring.
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