Setting the Holiday Tone With March to the Sea Traditions
School children around the Island paid tribute Friday to the meaning of Memorial Day with March to the Sea traditions to remember those who gave the greatest sacrifice.
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As Housing Bank Moves Forward, So Do Projects in Pipeline
Buoyed by a final, resounding vote of support this week in Tisbury for the Martha’s Vineyard housing bank, the coalition behind the plan is charting next steps in a still-lengthy process.
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Island Optimism Leads as Busy Season Set to Begin
As the Vineyard readies itself for Memorial Day weekend, the traditional start to the summer season, Island businesses say excitement outweighs uncertainty.
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Chilmark Declines to Allow Pride Flag to Fly
The Chilmark select board voted this week not to widen its narrow flag policy to accommodate a request to fly an LGBTQ flag on town property. The policy is to allow only the American, state and town flags on town property.
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Memorial Wharf Project Completion Delayed
The project to renovate and raise Memorial Wharf in Edgartown is behind schedule and will not be completed until mid-June town officials confirmed Monday.
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Teacher of the Year Finalist Is Leader in Alternative Learning
Tucked off a red brick-lined hallway at the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School, a pocket of classrooms make up Project Vine, the school’s alternative education program.
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Climate Action Week Revs Up the Sustainability Motor
Laughter, music and camaraderie filled the Grange Hall on Saturday to celebrate the culmination of Climate Action Week, which saw over 40 events Islandwide aimed at informing and empowering Islanders.
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MVC Policy Emphasizes Historic Preservation
The Martha’s Vineyard Commission has adopted a new demolition policy for historic buildings as it rethinks its role in preserving the diverse architecture of the Island.
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Dune Restoration Tour Highlights Ever-Changing Shoreline
Gusty winds blew across the Atlantic ocean Tuesday evening when some 20 Islanders gathered at the left fork of South Beach. A newly restored dune about 14 feet high obscured any view of the ocean from the road.
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Island Elderly Housing Plan Stays Unsettled
Architectural design remains a major sticking point on Aidylberg 3, the plan by Island Elderly Housing to expand its low-income housing complex off Wing Road in Oak Bluffs.
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