Moffett Race Turns Forty-One

Competitors are ready to set sail in the 41st Moffett Cup Race Saturday morning, the annual end of season competition sponsored by the Holmes Hole Sailing Association.

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Derby Begins Sunday, Martha's Vineyard's Fall Classic
Lines go in the water at 12:01 Sunday morning as the 73rd derby begins.
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Shields National Championships Sail Into Edgartown
The Edgartown Yacht Club will host the championships beginning Sept. 5, a competitive regatta.
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Vigil Marks National Day of Addiction Awareness

About 60 people gathered Friday evening at Owen Park in Vineyard Haven to remember Islanders and loved ones who have been lost to overdoses.

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Boating Mishap Leaves Power Vessel Aground

Salvage efforts were under way Saturday for a boat that struck a jetty trying to navigate into the Oak Bluffs harbor Thursday evening.

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To Serve, Protect and Teach Spinning
Oak Bluffs chief of police Erik Blake took the outside route to inside bicycling. Now he teaches a Tuesday morning spin interval class at Blitz Fitness in West Tisbury.
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Land Swap Finishes Old Business at Southern Woodlands

The Oak Bluffs selectmen voted this week to complete a complicated, long-delayed land swap between the town and the Martha’s Vineyard Land Bank involving parcels in the Southern Woodlands.

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Agreement Ends Bitter Labor Dispute with Fire Department

The town of Oak Bluffs has settled a long-running labor dispute inside the fire department.

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VTA Receives $1.75 Million Grant
A $1.75 million federal grant announced last week will help the Vineyard Transit Authority as it changes over its bus fleet to electric vehicles.
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VTA Drivers Stage Picket Over Union Issues

With contract talks set for next month, a small group of Vineyard Transit Authority bus drivers and union officials staged an informational picket Saturday morning at Five Corners, advocating for better pay and working conditions.

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