By LYNNE IRONS Since I write this column a week ahead, I am always a week behind. Now there is a statement describing my life. Nevertheless...
Beachcombing Interrupted The recent discovery old buried ordnance at Cape Pogue serves as a vivid reminder of the past and the active role...
Ten smiling students will appear in the Gazette next week as the top-ranking academic performers in the 2008 graduating class of Martha’s...
lacrosse
The game of lacrosse was the clear focus of the sporting world on the Vineyard this past week as both the boys’ and girls’ high school...
Gallery Gets New Abode ABoDE has moved. The new West Tisbury gallery — one mile down Oak Lane — sells paintings, photography, and sculpture...
By KATE J. CONDE Although deputy chief Larry Thomas officially retired from the department in August 2007 after 47 years with the Edgartown...
Wastewater Management Study Begins on Island A comprehensive wastewater management study for the Vineyard started Monday with a meeting...
Clammers work in Sengekontacket pond.
It is hoped a costly new regime of water quality tests for Sengekontacket Pond, which began this week, will identify the source of its water...
KATIE’S WORLD Editors, Vineyard Gazette: A lot of Vineyard organizations have been hurt over the past decade or so by the clash between...

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