Wharf Is Open, But Tuesday Dock Dances on Hold for Now
The Edgartown select board voted Monday to not allow dock dances at Memorial Wharf, at least for now, after the police chief raised concerns about his ability to provide coverage given short staffing this summer.
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Exploring the Intersection of Art, Racial Justice and Love
For two nights last week Beheard.world mesmerized Vineyard audiences with a combination of dance, poetry, song and film, all anchored by a foundation in facilitating racial justice through the arts.
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Memorial Wharf Overhaul Is Completed
The multi-million dollar project to raise the wharf finished up early this month. “Everything’s good, everything’s been running on schedule, no problem . . . I’m pleased,” Steve Ewing, the chairman of the Memorial Wharf restoration committee, told the Gazette by phone.
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Keeping the Faith for Democracy
At the opening night of the Martha's Vineyard Author Series, Sen. Raphael Warnock spoke to a sold-out crowd about faith, politics and his new memoir A Way Out of No Way.
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Housing Bank Advisory Committee Gets Organized
At its first meeting the committee to review the housing bank legislation reviewed its responsibilities and named a chairman.
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Housing Bank Review Panel Ready to Begin Its Work
A six-member review committee made up of one person from each Island town will take a last look at the act to establish an Islandwide housing bank before it heads to the state legislature.
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Holiday Weekend Kept Police Busy, But No Major Incidents
Arrests for drunk driving and minor traffic accidents occupied Island police over the July Fourth weekend.
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The Words of Frederick Douglass Ring Out from the Federated Church
Frederick Douglass died over 100 years ago, but his words were very much alive Saturday at the Federated Church in Edgartown.
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Community Turns Out for Changing of the Guard at Station Menemsha
Senior Chief Steven White takes over at Station Menemsha as Master Chief Justin Longval retires after 26 years with the Coast Guard.
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Trial Concludes in Developer Challenge to MVC
Two conflicting views on the broad powers of the Martha’s Vineyard Commission to regulate development were aired in the weeklong civil trial which wrapped up on Tuesday.
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