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Hello summer: School ends for the year »

Tue, 18 Jun 2024 16:27:13 -0400 | via Martha's Vineyard Times

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911 Phone Outage Affects Vineyard Services »

Tue, 18 Jun 2024 15:21:48 -0400 | via Martha's Vineyard Gazette

3:10 pm, June 18, 2024 Island residents can still reach emergency services by calling 508-693-1212, the non-emergency line for the Dukes County Regional Emergency Communication Center.

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Bob Tankard wins Buchwald Award »

Tue, 18 Jun 2024 15:15:21 -0400 | via Martha's Vineyard Times

Vineyard educator Bob Tankard has won the second annual Martha’s Vineyard Community Services’ 2024 Buchwald Award, the organization announced on Monday. Tankard, in his fifth year as the Veterans Outreach Coordinator at Community Services, has had a lifelong career giving back to Vineyarders since moving here from Newark, New Jersey as a teen. He has mentored Island youth throughout his life, whether as principal of the West Tisbury school, football coach at the Martha’s Vineyard…

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911 system down statewide »

Tue, 18 Jun 2024 15:07:40 -0400 | via Martha's Vineyard Times

The 911 emergency number is currently out of service in Massachusetts, according to a public safety alert sent at 2:30 pm today. For now, Islanders should call (508) 693-1212 for emergencies in Dukes County. Susan Schofield directs the regional emergency communications center, where 911 calls in Dukes County are typically received. She told The Times that while 911 is down, you can call the center at its (508) 693-1212 number and a trained operator will deal with your emergency right away. She said…

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Edgartown Village Market Opens »

Tue, 18 Jun 2024 15:04:16 -0400 | via Martha's Vineyard Gazette

3:00 pm, June 18, 2024 The Edgartown Village Market opened for the season today, bringing a combination of local culinary, agricultural and artistic talent to the town for a second summer.

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SSA Captains: Tough hours hampering recruitment »

Tue, 18 Jun 2024 14:43:22 -0400 | via Martha's Vineyard Times

The signs of strife between the Steamship Authority’s (SSA) administration and workers have been incrementally rising in Woods Hole and on Martha’s Vineyard in recent weeks.  Some parked cars at the Woods Hole ferry terminal have windshield posters calling for “FAIR CONTRACT NOW!” and some crew members are wearing pins with the same messaging. A segment of Edgartown-Vineyard Haven Road in Oak Bluffs is also lined with yard signs calling for a better contract for SSA workers as the “lifeline”…

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School’s Out and Summer Vacation Is In »

Tue, 18 Jun 2024 14:16:32 -0400 | via Martha's Vineyard Gazette

2:15 pm, June 18, 2024Noah Glasgow, Emma Kilbride, Gwyn Skiles When noon struck on Tuesday, school bells rang at elementary schools all over the Island announcing that summer vacation had officially begun.

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Support Steamship workers »

Tue, 18 Jun 2024 13:55:58 -0400 | via Martha's Vineyard Times

To the Editor: I am writing in support of the Steamship Authority workers in their continued negotiations to receive a fair contract. As a commuter, I feel I am in a perfect position to see and comment on the exemplary nature of the SSA employees. I have sent a copy of this letter to the Steamship Authority Board, The Martha’s Vineyard Times, The Cape Cod Times, and The Inquirer and Mirror of Nantucket. As someone who depends on the ferry service to commute to my job as a special education teacher…

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Spirit of the Vineyard Award Announced »

Tue, 18 Jun 2024 12:56:25 -0400 | via Martha's Vineyard Gazette

12:55 pm, June 18, 2024 West Tisbury resident Michael Colaneri will receive this year’s Spirit of the Vineyard Award for his many years of service to the Island community.

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State Approval Expected to Improve Vineyard's Solar Opportunities »

Tue, 18 Jun 2024 12:35:51 -0400 | via Martha's Vineyard Gazette

12:20 pm, June 18, 2024 Eversource earlier this month received the green light to beef up its electrical infrastructure on Cape Cod, making it easier for Island solar projects to tie into the grid.

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