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Wednesday October 17, 2018 (1 month ago)


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OAK BLUFFS — Bringing a car over to Martha’s Vineyard or Nantucket will cost more next summer after the Steamship Authority’s governing board voted for rate increases Tuesday.The board approved a $12.50 increase in the one-way automobile rate for riders headed to Martha’s Vineyard in season and a $25 increase to Nantucket. Freight rates were raised 12.5 percent on both routes and Saturday and Sunday parking in Falmouth in season by $5.The board had [...]

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