Louisa Hufstader

As Tisbury School Project Begins, Town Meetings Move to Oak Bluffs
Tisbury's annual and special town meetings are moving to the high school performing arts center in Oak Bluffs for the next two and a half years, while the town school undergoes an extensive renovation and addition.
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West Tisbury Greenlights New Food Truck Rules
Food trucks have emerged from regulatory limbo in West Tisbury, where select board members this week approved new rules governing how the mobile take-out eateries may operate in the town.
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Camp Ground Residents Push Back Over Decision to Sue Planning Board
Martha’s Vineyard Camp Meeting Association leaseholders have begun to question the direction of the community’s board members, including a recent decision to sue the Oak Bluffs Planning Board.
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SSA Frowns on Tisbury's Request for Beach Road Weekend Ferry Diversion
Tisbury safety officials have asked the SSA to divert its 8:30 ferry departure from Oak Buffs to Vineyard Haven for Beach Road Weekend, but the boat line’s board of governors gave a series of thumbs-down to the request.
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West Tisbury Eyes Potential Sunday Noise Restrictions
The rumble, roar and back-up beeping from commercial landscaping and construction equipment — an increasingly regular part of the Island soundtrack — faces a potential Sunday ban in West Tisbury.
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From Hemingway to Howlin' Wolf With Peter Guralnick
The voice of singer Solomon Burke wailed and preached from the Chilmark Community Center rafters as the Martha’s Vineyard Author Series welcomed Peter Guralnick.
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In the Business of Feeding the Whole Island
Following a career as an executive in high tech, advertising and other fast-paced industries, Rebecca Haag turned to nonprofit work, and has led Island Grown Initiative since 2016.
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Island Photographer Captures the Island Light
Tim Johnson was just a man with a day job and a dog when he decided to take some pictures while walking with his pet on the Vineyard's scenic trails and beaches.
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Catboat Week and Exhibit Celebrate Waterfront Icons
Catboat Week is back for a second year of festivities on the Edgartown waterfront, paying tribute to the beamy, single-masted East Coast sailboat with a gallery exhibition and more.
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West Tisbury Officer Promotion Completes Department Reorganization
Longtime West Tisbury police officer Bradley Cortez has been promoted to the rank of sergeant, following the town select board’s approval of his appointment last week.
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