The tragedy of the New England hurricane of 1938 was not the loss of nearly 10,000 homes and business along the shore. It was the psychic...
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Thank you, dear Edgartown for all your friendly greetings, pats on the head, dog bones (especially Kendra at the Gazette, Linda at the...
When I first showed up to the Vineyard in 1988 as a candidate for state representative in the newly created Barnstable, Dukes and Nantucket...
YO-YOING: ANOTHER VIEW Editors, Vineyard Gazette: Recently you printed a letter from Scott Terry regarding the controversy over the use...
Tisbury Tilting at Windmills The decision by the town of Tisbury to challenge the state school funding formula in court is a wasteful...
Weathering Leaner Times Statistics from the Martha’s Vineyard Land Bank, which keeps the most accurate records on the Island real estate...
Effective Leadership From the Vineyard Gazette editions of January, 1983:
January Thaw To be sure, Islanders worry about global warming, but when the weather turns from bitter cold with temperatures in the single...
Hard Work, Simple Pleasures From the Vineyard Gazette editions of January, 1975: Renewal, the theme of a new year, has turned Islanders...

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