An Island Home Forever, No Matter Where the Road Turns
On a day when a double rainbow kissed an ashen sky over the outfield wall, when the sunshine refused to leave Fenway Park, and the raindrops dared not enter, I saw my last Red Sox-Yankees game.
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Loss of Routine, and the Natives Are Restless
Every evening, on the hill outside my little cabin in West Tisbury, a stupendous spectacle takes place.
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Rocking Rockfish
Chef Craig Decker updates the classics.
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Oak Bluffs Rejects High School Spending and Housing Bank
Oak Bluffs voters were in a rebellious mood at their annual town meeting Tuesday, defeating the housing bank and rejecting a request for money to study repairs at the regional high school.
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Hearing on Moped Bill Is Postponed

A hearing at the Massachusetts state house on a bill that would allow the town of Oak Bluffs to ban moped rentals has been postponed. The hearing was scheduled for Tuesday morning.

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In Oak Bluffs School, Spending Is on the Rise

When they gather next week for annual and special town meetings, Oak Bluffs voters will decide on a range of issues, including the fiercely-debated housing bank and money to study possible predators for a toxic jellyfish.

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VTA Drivers Vote to Authorize Strike

Vineyard Transit Authority bus drivers voted on Monday evening to authorize a strike, if they cannot reach agreement on a new contract. The drivers have been locked in bargaining talks with for months.

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Old Knees, Young Hearts, Can't Lose
When Gene Townes slid a nifty pass to land the puck right on the stick of Vicky Thurber and she flipped it into the net, the combined age of the goal scoring duo was 134 years.
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Edgartown Man Sentenced to State Prison in Fentanyl Case

Alexander W. Carlson was sentenced to four to five years in state prison Monday in a drug trafficking case involving fentanyl. Mr. Carlson pleaded guilty in Dukes County superior court to a second offense of possession with intent to distribute a class B drug.

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Katama Hangar Heads Back to Voters
The fate of the hangar is back in the hands of Edgartown voters when they go to town meeting on April 9, and two days later to the ballot box for a Proposition 2 1/2 override question.
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