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Chilmark, Massachusetts is located in Dukes County. Zip codes in Chilmark, MA include 02535, and 02552. The median home price in Chilmark is $1,925,000. More Chilmark information.

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5 hrs ago | Vineyard Gazette Online

Portraits for Preschool

Just in time for holiday cards, photographer Albert O. Fischer will offer 15-minute portrait sessions benefitting the Chilmark Preschool in September and October. The first session is from 2 to 6 p.m. on Saturday, Sept.

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13 hrs ago | Vineyard Gazette Online

Trading Fins for Shells, Chilmark Fishermen See Future in Oysters

Tim Broderick was the captain of the 55-foot fishing dragger Four Kids, and for five seasons he'd go out into Vineyard Sound and pull nets to harvest fluke. But over the years fishing has become harder and not as profitable.

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Thu Sep 11, 2014

Vineyard Gazette Online

A Life Lived With Imagination and Love

Editor's Note: The following was published in the Gazette in June 2007. Ethel Sherman died last week at the age of 91. In our Chilmark yard the trees reach higher and higher to the sky.

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The Martha's Vineyard Times

How hard could it be?

Holly Nadler with her son Charlie, standing; Trina Mascott behind the wheel of the Fiat Cinquecento. As a citizen of Martha's Vineyard, I live car-free.

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Vineyard Gazette Online

Aquinnah Town Column: Sept. 12

Aquinnah Public Library has Mad Libs on Tuesday afternoons, stories and crafts on Thursdays, drop-in story time on Saturdays at 2 p.m. after noon time crafts. Nancy Caldwell will give a workshop on Negotiations on Sept.

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Wed Sep 10, 2014

The Martha's Vineyard Times

Editorial: Full disclosure needed

Commercial fishermen are an independent, self-reliant lot. Men and women who make a living from the sea are familiar with waking early and long hours hauling gear with no one to rely on but themselves.

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The Martha's Vineyard Times

Regional high school committee agrees to take over up-Island buses

The Martha's Vineyard Regional HIgh School Committee met with central office and school administrators Monday night in the library conference room to kick off a new school year. In a brisk one-hour meeting Monday night, the Martha's Vineyard Regional High School school committee launched into the new school year with the decision to assume ownership and management of the Up-Island Regional School District's school bus fleet.

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The Martha's Vineyard Times

Martha's Vineyard mostlyfollowed statewide voting trends.

Election results on Martha's Vineyard mirrored statewide results for the most part in Tuesday's primary election, which saw light turnout across the Island and the state. In the race for the Democratic nomination for governor, Martha Coakley carried Edgartown, Oak Bluffs, and Tisbury.

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Tue Sep 09, 2014

The Martha's Vineyard Times

The Workshop will showcaseplein air paintings

The Workshop in Vineyard Haven will celebrate outdoor paintings by ten Island artists on the evening of Friday, Sept. 12. Titled Plein Air Summer Breeze , the seven-day show and its reception are the culmination of a three-week project that took artists Lowely Finnerty, Judith Howells, Kanta Lipsky, Peter Mallen, Marjorie Mason, Brandon Newton, Jim Shigley, Liz Taft, Kate Taylor, and Valentine Estabrook to Katama, Menemsha, and Turtle Brook Farm in Chilmark to capture landscapes.

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Thu Sep 04, 2014

Vineyard Gazette Online

Vineyard Voters Go to the Polls Tuesday for State Primary

The fall 2014 election season begins in earnest next week, as Vineyarders join voters statewide in going to the polls for the state primary. Polls will be open in all Vineyard towns from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept.

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Vineyard Gazette Online

Police Investigate Thefts at Up-Island Businesses

About $200 and a cash register were taken from Little Leona's pet shop; miniature horses and frogs were not touched. According to West Tisbury and Chilmark police, money and cash registers were taken from Little Leona's Pets and Supplies and Fiddlehead Farm stand, both located on State Road.

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Wed Sep 03, 2014

The Martha's Vineyard Times

Editorial: Do your duty

The Massachusetts primary election is Tuesday, September 9. If past practice provides any indication of future behavior, only a small percentage of eligible Martha's Vineyard voters will take the time to cast a vote in next week's election, which features seven contests and will set the stage for important races at the state level that include the offices of governor, treasurer, and attorney general. That lack of participation is unfortunate.

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The Martha's Vineyard Times

Chilmark police investigaterash of cash box thefts

Chilmark police chief Brian Cioffi said a thief or thieves stole cash boxes from Mermaid Farm on Middle Road, North Tabor Farm on North Road, and the flower stand on the Menemsha Cross Road.

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The Martha's Vineyard Times

Two Island fishermen's groupssteer different courses

In a joint conference call on June 26, 2012, representatives of the Martha's Vineyard/Dukes County Fishermen's Association and Cape Wind Associates announced that the Island-based fishermen's association had ended its federal lawsuit against the proposed wind farm on Horseshoe Shoal and entered into a settlement agreement with Cape Wind valued at ... (more)

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Vineyard Gazette Online

Aquinnah Town Column: Sept. 5

School is open - the children are excited as are the parents. Please be mindful of the young ones heading to their buses.

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The Martha's Vineyard Times

Dig this: Archeology Day atMartha's Vineyard Museum

Martha's Vineyard sports its flourish of geology on its shirtsleeve, with a silver thread of archaeology artfully woven into the fabric.

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Mon Sep 01, 2014

Vineyard Gazette Online

Megalon Teeth to Arrowheads, the Story Behind the Treasure at Archaeology ID Day

Even before rising sea levels created the Islands of Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket about 6,000 years ago, Native Americans in the northeast were at work fashioning arrowheads, knives, and other stone implements for daily use.

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Thu Aug 28, 2014

Vineyard Gazette Online

New School Year Brings Change in Leadership

A new year begins next Thursday morning in Island public schools, and most students across the Island will make their way back to familiar classrooms while some will find them for the first time.

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Vineyard Gazette Online

Sanctuaries for Sea Life

Our oceans and the rich marine ecosystems they sustain are in deep trouble, and the evidence is just about everywhere you turn.

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The Martha's Vineyard Times

Martha's Vineyard court report August 11-25

Charisse L. Brossard , Washington, DC; DOB 6/5/65, OUI-liquor or .08%: continued without finding for one year, the Defendant is to attend the driver alcohol education program and must pay a state fee of $250, loss of license for 45 days, must pay $250 HIF, $50 OUI, $50 VW and $65 PSF; failure to stop/yield: not responsible; motor vehicle lights ... (more)

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