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Jan. 5, the day of the annual Christmas Bird Count, was freezing, snowy and windy. Not the sort of day you would expect to find a vagrant...
Neighbor complaints about singing and music classes held at the West Tisbury branch of the Fellowship of Christians and Universities and...
The program that connects Island residents with affordable health insurance has been forced to cut its staff and operations, as of the start...
Obama tie at Vineyard Vines
Predicitify, an online feature at the inaugurally feverish Washington Post, can’t yet guess what color tie President Obama will be wearing...
Tuesday will mark a day in history, the inauguration of Barack Obama as the first black president, elected only 44 years after Lyndon Johnson...
Steamship Authority governors have opted to take a hit of up to $160,000 to boat line revenues this year so high-speed services to Nantucket...
hospital at dusk
Hurt by falling patient volumes, especially in the area of orthopedic surgery, the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital is on track to end its year in...
Amid deep concern over the town’s economic future Edgartown town administrator Pamela Dolby announced in a letter sent yesterday that no...
In another indication of the struggling economy both here and across the nation, Oak Bluffs town leaders on Tuesday reported a projected...

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