Gay Head Lighthouse Keeper Assumes a New Watch
Standing at the top of the Gay Head Light you can see for miles, a 360-degree view of the Atlantic Ocean, Noman’s Land, the Elizabeth islands, fishing boats trawling the waters, tourists below looking out at the same view.
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College Tour Time Is a Tough Mission
I am driving with my son Hardy on I-95 south, headed for our first college tour. Hardy is 17, a senior in high school.
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Run for the Light Your Way
The Gay Head 10K, doing its thing virtually this year so you can run wherever you are.
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As Derby Days Wane, the Time to Cast Is Now
As the 76th Martha’s Vineyard Striped Bass and Bluefish Derby heads into the final week of competition, a day 40 years ago is on a lot of fishermen’s minds — the Columbus Day blitz.
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High School Golf Team Shines at Invitational
The Vineyard's high school golf team tied for second place out of 11 teams in the annual Vineyard Invitational, held Sunday at the Vineyard Golf Club.
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Arnie Reisman, Journalist, Former Island Poet Laureate
Mr. Reisman died suddenly early Monday, his wife Paula Lyons confirmed. He was 79 and was a columnist for the Vineyard Gazette.
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When the Headliner Is Oysters, the Masses Are in Bivalve Heaven
The inaugural Martha's Vineyard Oyster Fest featured two days of happiness on the half-shell, with a host of tastings, panels and perfect weather.
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LadyFest Rocks for a Good Cause
When asked how many bands will be performing at this year’s LadyfestMV on Saturday night, co-founder Rose Guerin answered: “A million.”
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Who Rules the Derby? Fickle Fish Are Out in Front
There is a particular type of cruelty the fishing gods dole out, especially during the derby.
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MCAS Scores Lower for Island Schools, Following State Trend During Pandemic
Martha’s Vineyard public school students experienced a dip in MCAS scores following a difficult two years that involved virtual learning during the Covid pandemic.
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