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Wampanoag Tribe of Aquinnah Eyes Casino On Martha’s Vineyard

 

 

A Martha's Vineyard-based Indian tribe is claiming to have won federal approval to open a gambling facility on the island.

The Wampanoag Tribe of Aquinnah, a federally-recognized tribe, issued a statement on Tuesday saying it planned to move ahead with plans to convert an unfinished community center on tribal lands into a temporary Class II gambling facility.

Such

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Ever Take the Schamonchi to the Vineyard? Where Is It Now?

 

The New York Post is reporting that a group of artists who have been living on the Schamonchi while it was docked in Brooklyn, have been ordered to leave by the NYPD. The police cited them for living on an abandoned vessell.

The squatters had set up

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@bjragone, Instagram

Monster Shark Tourney Leaving Oak Bluffs on Martha’s Vineyard

No one has an explanation as to why a monster shark tournament is leaving the home of "JAWS" for Newport. For the last 27 years, Martha's Vineyard has been home to the event that brought with it lots of business for local hotels and restaurants.

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ATM Thieves Target Martha’s Vineyard

People using a popular bank machine on Martha's Vineyard this summer were scammed out of their ATM card information.

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Obama Daughters Join Parents On Vineyard

President Obama's two daughters have joined their parents on Martha's Vineyard after a stint at summer camp.

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Obama Returning to Martha’s Vineyard For Vacation

The first summer vacation of President Barack Obama's second term is taking him back to Martha's Vineyard.

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Too Many Notes, flickr

Cong. Keating Trying to Preserve Martha’s Vineyard Lighthouse

Natural forces are threatening an historic Massachusetts landmark, and at least one politician is looking to preserve it.

Congressman William Keating has sent a letter to Coast Guard Commandant, Admiral Papp, asking that he mark the Gay Head Light tower on Martha's Vineyard as surplus land

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