Louisa Hufstader

Regional High School Puts Les Misérables Center Stage
A 16-piece orchestra will back up a cast featuring scores of Islanders in the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School production of Les Misérables, opening March 31.
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A Legacy of Environmental Activism Is a Lifelong Commitment
Ben Robinson was recently short-listed for the international Island Innovator Award, co-sponsored by the Clinton Global Initiative.
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Delays Plague Chilmark School HVAC Project
The Chilmark School will not be getting its decrepit heating and cooling system replaced this summer. School district finance director Mark Friedman said the sole bid came in over budget.
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First Grade Data Show Pandemic’s Toll on Learning
The two-year pandemic has hampered learning for the Island’s youngest school children, according to West Tisbury student data recently presented to the up-Island school committee.
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Tensions Flare Between Chilmark School, Town Library Over Student Use
The Chilmark library’s Covid-19 policies are posing obstacles for children who have no school library of their own, principal Susan Stevens told the up-Island school committee Monday.
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Tisbury School Construction Set to Begin
Contractors are moving in for the two-year, $53 million renovation and addition at the Tisbury School.
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Steamship Authority Will Expand Management Ranks
State legislation won’t be needed for a chief operating officer to join the Steamship Authority. Boat line governors Tuesday agreed to create a job description and begin a search.
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Embracing the Abstract at Pathways Arts
Close to 40 people turned out in person Sunday at Pathways Arts to listen to a talk by two young abstract artists: Vineyarder Walker T. Roman and Brooklyn resident Kristin Texeira.
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Sharks Seek Beer Garden for 2022 Season
A proposed beer garden at the Martha’s Vineyard Sharks baseball park got its first green light last week from the regional high school committee.
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Children Numbered Among Homeless Islanders
At least two children and more than 40 adults were found to be homeless on the Island — more than twice as many people as in 2019 — by Harbor Homes of Martha’s Vineyard last month.
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