Edgartown Says It Will Back One-Time Funding Formula for a New High School
The Edgartown select board said Monday it will support a one-time funding formula for a major renovation project at the high school.
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Islanders Show Support for Ukraine
Islanders of all ages rallied for peace in Ukraine at Five Corners in Vineyard Haven Saturday afternoon.
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MVC Approves Expansion Project at Farm Hub
Phase one of a major expansion project at Island Grown Farms won the unanimous approval of the Martha’s Vineyard Commission Thursday night.
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Chilmark Tries New Approach for School HVAC Work
After a bid came in well over budget for a second time on the Chilmark School HVAC project, selectmen said this week the town will try a fresh tack.
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Land Bank Buys Peninsula on Edgartown Great Pond for $8 Million
The Martha’s Vineyard Land Bank added a key waterfront parcel to its holdings this week with the purchase of a 21-acre peninsula on the Edgartown Great Pond. The seller is John O’Keefe.
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Boys Swim Team Posts Strong Finish at State Meet
The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School boys swim team finished its historic season Sunday with a 16th place finish in the 200-meter freestyle relay at the state championship meet in Boston.
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Emphasizing Prevention in Battle Against Tick Diseases
As he takes the reins of the Island tick-borne illness prevention program, Patrick Roden-Reynolds aims to build on the work of his predecessor Dick Johnson.
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Chilmark to Request More Funds for New Firehouse
Chilmark will call a special town meeting in March to ask voters for additional funds for the multi-million dollar project to build a new firehouse and Tri-town ambulance building.
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Chilmark Proposes New Funding Formula for School Renovation
The Chilmark select board this week proposed a one-time plan to pay for the regional high school renovation project.
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A Third Grader for Life Suits Creator of Arthur Just Fine
Seasonal Vineyarder Marc Brown says goodbye to Arthur on television and hello to a new book that chronicles 45 years of channeling Arthur's third-grade adventures.
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