When Comedy Refuses to Take A Backseat to Retirement

For a retiree, Marty Nadler is working pretty hard these days.

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When the Green Monster Calls
Artist M-C Lamarre specializes in painting murals of Fenway Park's Green Monster. She is closing in on 200 murals but is looking to hit 300 or more.
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Oak Bluffs Will Rebid Town Hall Project
Oak Bluffs selectmen voted Friday to rebid a pared-down town hall project.
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Selectmen, Building Committee Clash Over Town Hall Project

Oak Bluffs selectmen clashed with their town hall building committee as they work to revamp the new town hall project that came in over bid last month.

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Community Horse Center Changes Name, Expands Mission

The Martha’s Vineyard Community Horse Center will soon become Misty Meadows Equine Learning Center.

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Three Injured in Beach Road Incident

State police are investigating an accident in Edgartown in which three cyclists resting on a rail beside the bike path were hit by a passing vehicle, according to police on the scene.

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Stage Set for Possible Comeback of Former Football Coach
High school football coach Ryan Kent has stepped down, paving the way for the possible return of former coach Don Herman.
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Two Aquinnah Families Land Affordable Homes

Taylor and Sarah Ives, and James and Nancy Benoit won the right to buy affordable homes in a lottery held by the Aquinnah selectmen Tuesday.

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For Postmaster Paul Leonard It Has Always Been Priority Service
On Friday, June 1 Paul Leonard retired after 25 years as the Oak Bluffs postmaster. He began his career in Vineyard Haven 35 years ago.
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Lost and Found on the Vineyard
New around here? Forget logic or GPS or sensible street names—finding your way around the Vineyard requires a sense of humor, a little extra time, and a vehicle you don’t mind trashing.
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