Patriots Lineman Huddles Up With High School Team
Former New England Patriots lineman Max Lane brought an inspirational message to the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School football team Monday.
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Longtime Derby Leader Ed Jerome Dies
Derby fishermen, friends and family members mourned the loss of Ed Jerome, longtime president of the Martha’s Vineyard Striped Bass and Bluefish Derby.
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First Derby Grand Slam Goes to a Fourth Grader
Aubrey Warburton, a fourth-grader at the Oak Bluffs school, has been fishing since she was five. When talking with the Gazette this week, she wore a “Girls Kick Bass” sweatshirt.
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In Second Round, Bids for Oak Bluffs Town Hall Stay High

For the second time in three months, bids to build a new town hall in Oak Bluffs have come in well above available funds, leaving town leaders scrambling for a solution.

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Injured Firefighter Is Now on the Receiving End
Oak Bluffs firefighters have stepped up to help Eric Voshell, a six-year veteran of the department who was injured in a serious motorcycle accident.
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First Week of Derby Is All About the Stripers
Fishermen were hauling in plenty of stripers from shore, a total of 45 weighed in by Thursday morning. Weighmaster Mike Cassidy said it may be a sign of a healthier fish stock.
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Tisbury, Oak Bluffs Begin Cooperative Government Venture

Striking a new tone of collaboration, Oak Bluffs and Tisbury selectmen agreed this week to join forces on three initiatives, including reining in spending on human services.

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Stiff Winds Fuel Moffett Cup
Aileen, skippered by Brian Roberts, won a windy 41st edition of the Moffett Cup Saturday over a fleet of 32 competitors. The custom Sparkman & Stevens 65-footer was best on corrected time over a course that ran from East Chop to Edgartown and back to Vineyard Haven.
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First Fish Is Weighed In and the Derby Is Officially Underway
Caitlyn Parkhurst of West Tisbury walked in with the first fish of the derby just five minutes afterweighmaster Roy Langley rang the opening bell.
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Not Going Out to Pasture Just Yet
Noble, an elder gentleman horse now at Misty Meadows Equine Learning Center, always seems to find his way home.
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