Lights Are Grand, But Give the Trees a Hand
When it comes to Christmas trees, Oak Bluffs landscaper Mark Crossland might be the Martha’s Vineyard champion of good cheer. Each year he and his employees create a handsome light display in Ocean Park.
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Away in an Ag Hall; Pageant Is West Tisbury Tradition
The First Congregational Church of West Tisbury puts on its annual pageant at 5 p.m. on Christmas Eve. The tradition dates at least to the 1950s.
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Red Cat Chef/Owner to Open Second Restaurant

The Oak Bluffs restaurant scene will see a shift next spring with a change in ownership and menu at Down Island, the popular farm-to-table restaurant.

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Creative Soul, Calloused Hands Equal Pure Poetry
Steve Ewing has held the title of poet laureate for Edgartown since 2010. Recently, he collected his poems in a book, called Town Meeting Poems.
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Tisbury Selectmen Fire Longtime Police Officer

Mark Santon, a Tisbury police officer with more than 25 years of experience on the force, was fired Friday following a disciplinary hearing.

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New Shell Station Easily Wins MVC Approval

The Martha’s Vineyard Commission approved plans for a new fuel station, convenience store and car wash at the airport business park last week.

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Short on Cash, Airport Will Borrow Money

Facing a cash flow shortage, the Martha’s Vineyard Airport Commission anticipates borrowing money in the near future to fund operations at the airport.

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Vineyard Clergy Hold Vigil On Anniversary of Sandy Hook Shooting
A group of Island clergy gathered Thursday morning in Owen Park, to march and stand in vigil on the fifth anniversary of Sandy Hook.
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Selectmen Order Two Dogs Euthanized Following Attack

Oak Bluffs selectmen ordered two dogs euthanized Tuesday evening.

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High School Budget Climbs Past $21 Million Mark

The regional high school district committee voted Monday to certify a $21.2 million operating budget for fiscal year 2019.

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