Larsen’s Fish Market Reopens, to the Delight of Loyal Customers
Unweathered white cedar shingles and open doors beckoned customers inside the rebuilt Larsen’s Fish Market Saturday morning, when the market reopened after a winter-long construction project.
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Bark of the Bulldog Beckons Valedictorian and Salutatorian
Ingrid Moore, 2022 valedictorian, and Hardy Eville, 2022 salutatorian, have been classmates since sixth grade at the West Tisbury School.
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All the World’s a Stage for Valedictorian
Valedictorian was not on Ingrid Moore’s mind throughout her four years at the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School. Instead she focused on getting good grades so she could have options.
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Kelley House Renovation Project Shifts Gears
With a major renovation project under way, the Kelley House and Newes from America pub will stay shuttered this summer as construction work continues in the heart of downtown Edgartown.
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Edgartown Eyes Its Future, as Master Plan Takes Shape
Open space, climate resilience, historic preservation, harbor access and affordable housing: these are the pillars of the Edgartown master plan, now midway through a public process that began this past winter. The town will hold a series of public engagement sessions in the coming weeks.
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Charter School Celebrates Its Largest Graduating Class
On Sunday, the largest graduating class in the Martha's Vineyard Public Charter School's 25-year history was welcomed by a standing ovation.
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Girls Tennis Cruises in Playoff Opener
The girls tennis team passed its first state playoff test with a resounding 5-0 victory Saturday over Pope Francis Preparatory School of Springfield.
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MVYouth Scholarship Winner Pays It Forward, Literally
Ever since middle school Charlie Parkhurst knew he wanted to go to college in California. He had never been there but liked adventures and the idea of living on the west coast excited him. His dream came true when he was accepted to the University of California Los Angeles to be part of the class of 2019.
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Sharks Get Ready for New Season With Talented Roster
The Martha's Vineyard Sharks open their season June 6 with a scrimmage against the Cotuit Kettleers.
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Charter School Students Look to the Future
When Martha’s Vineyard Public Charter School director Pete Steedman thinks about the 15 seniors who make up the class of 2022, he said he is struck both by how close and resilient they are.
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