Louisa Hufstader

South Shore Hoteliers Set to Buy Lambert's Cove Inn
The Lambert’s Cove Inn will soon change hands, with hoteliers Jon and Stephanie Saunders of Cohasset set to buy the West Tisbury country inn in early January, pending a liquor license transfer.
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At Regional High School, Teens Help Teens Address Mental Health
The sophomore class at the regional high school completed the Teen Mental Health First Aid program this week.
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High School Fails to Certify $24 Million Budget
The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School district committee failed Monday to muster the two thirds majority needed to certify the school’s $24.6 million budget for the coming year.
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Tisbury Will Place Housing Bank on Warrant
The Tisbury select board voted Wednesday to place the housing bank article on the annual town meeting warrant, joining Aquinnah and Chilmark in agreeing to bring the question to voters next spring.
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Film Center Reaches Fundraising Goal to Purchase Building
Richard Paradise, founder and director of the Martha’s Vineyard Film Society, has a lot to celebrate this holiday season, after quietly raising more than $750,000 to purchase the Film Center.
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School Superintendent’s Budget Rises Slightly
The budget for services shared across the Island’s public schools will rise to $7.7 million in fiscal year 2023, a 3.9 per cent increase over last year.
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Painter Norma Bridwell Gets Her Due in One-Woman Show
Norma Bridwell has been an artist since childhood. Yet only this winter, on the verge of her 89th birthday, has the longtime Edgartown resident seen a public exhibition dedicated solely to her paintings.
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Film Festival Returns to the Grange, Its First Home
The Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival is entering into a long-term lease with the Vineyard Preservation Trust for the second floor of Grange Hall in West Tisbury, both organizations announced Wednesday.
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Martha’s Vineyard Community Foundation Awards Annual Grants
More than two dozen Island organizations will receive funds totaling $228,500 from the Martha’s Vineyard Community Foundation, which this week announced its annual grants.
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Island Musicians Bring Wintry Schubert Cycle to Life
In the mountain range of German art songs, spanning the middle ages to modern times, Franz Schubert’s Winterreise (Winter Journey) stands out as one of the pinnacles.
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