Chilmark, Edgartown and Gosnold Net $572,000 in Seaport Council Grants
Menemsha Dock in Chilmark, Cuttyhunk Harbor in Gosnold and a plan to dredge Lighthouse Beach in Edgartown are three of 19 projects statewide to receive funding.
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“As Proud as a Cuffy”: Probably Refers to Cuttyhunk’s Citizen of Revolutionary Days

In the list of Vineyardisms offered by H. Franklin Norton in an article published in the Gazette some months ago, there appeared “as proud as a Cuffy”, doubtless referring to the family founded by Paul Cuffee who was born on the island of Cuttyhunk in 1759. Captain Cuffee was something of a barbarian in his taste in wearing apparel and personal adornment. according to tradition he used to get himself up in such style that he rivalled the barber’s poles, Christmas trees and firework displays.

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Mass Testing on Cuttyhunk Returns All-Negative Results
Noah Asimow
All 96 residents who were tested for Covid-19 on tiny Cuttyhunk island last week have received negative test results.
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Sweeping Conservation Initiative Protects Rare Lands on Cuttyhunk
Julia Wells
The initiative announced Monday will preserve nearly all the remaining undeveloped land on Cuttyhunk — including a large swath of unspoiled barrier beach, marsh and upland.
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State Intervenes With Mass Testing on Cuttyhunk
Noah Asimow
A sweeping, state-coordinated public health response has been initiated on remote Cuttyhunk after a recent spike in coronavirus cases.
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Coronavirus Cases Jump from One to Eight on Cuttyhunk
Noah Asimow

Eight individuals on Cuttyhunk have now tested positive for Covid-19 with seven coming in the past three days, prompting mandatory mask orders and fears of a broader outbreak.

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Cuttyhunk Reports First Coronavirus Case, Stretching Public Health Infrastructure
Noah Asimow
Remote Cuttyhunk — a tiny dot on the far end of the Elizabeth islands chain — has reported its first case of Covid-19.
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Cuttyhunk, Menemsha Harbors Delay Opening As Boating Season Looms
Aaron Wilson
With shipyards prohibited under the state stay-at-home order from launching boats, at least two harbors have delayed opening for the upcoming boating season.
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Gosnold Gets $800,000 for Cuttyhunk Road Work
Louisa Hufstader

Paved roads on Cuttyhunk will be getting long-awaited repairs this year after the state announced an $800,000 grant to the Elizabeth Islands town of Gosnold.

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In a Class By Herself, Cuttyhunk Graduate Takes Media Moment in Stride
Holly Pretsky
The media descended on Cuttyhunk Monday for its eighth grade graduation. The class size: one. The name of the affable graduate: Gwen Lynch.
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