Louisa Hufstader

Jazz Trio Delights Edgartown Audience
More than 30 listeners turned out to hear Jeremy Berlin, percussionist Taurus Biskis and string player Eric Johnson play originals and jazz classics at the Edgartown Library Saturday.
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Jabberwocky Shakeup Rattles Camp Families
Longtime Camp Jabberwocky counselors who volunteered their time during the camp’s July session have not been invited to return this summer.
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Oak Bluffs Balks at Funding Proposal for High School
Chilmark’s proposed alternative funding formula for the regional high school, while endorsed by Edgartown, has found no traction with Oak Bluffs officials.
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Camp Jabberwocky Has New Directors
A Lamb is returning to lead Camp Jabberwocky. Caitlin Lamb, granddaughter of founder Helen (Hellcat) Lamb and daughter of former camp director John Lamb, will be one of two co-directors for the entire summer season.
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Boards of Health Suspend Indoor Mask Mandate Islandwide
Marking another turning point in the pandemic, Islanders can now shop, dine out and enter most public buildings without masks.
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Brook Katzen Bets Big on Tisbury Business Scene
When Brook Katzen moved to the Vineyard two years ago, it was not with the specific intention to buy a miniature golf course, a year-round restaurant, a taco truck, a retail building, an ice cream chain, and now a gourmet market.
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Select Board Races Take Shape in Two Towns
Three-way races for select board seats top the ballots in West Tisbury and Oak Bluffs as annual town elections begin to take shape in the three down-Island towns.
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As Covid Cases Drop, Schools Look to End Mask Mandate
With Covid cases dropping sharply on the Island, health officials are poised to reconsider the school mask mandate that has been in place for most of the past two years.
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High School Makes Short List for State MSBA Grant
Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School officials said the school has been recommended for acceptance into the Massachusetts School Building Authority’s highly competitive grant program.
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Town Meeting Season Returns To Familiar Rite of Spring
After two seasons of disruption caused by Covid-19, annual town meetings are beginning to return to their normal spring schedule in 2022.
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