In recent years, the faces of foreign workers on H2B visas have become a familiar part of the Vineyard’s seasonal employment mix. Indeed, their...
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Forty years ago my father, Island artist Stan Murphy, was commissioned to paint a portrait of our country’s first black cabinet member, Dr....
The new tax bills for Tisbury Great Pond properties were a shocker all right. The camp that I co-own with my three siblings, as the Sturgis...
On cold, clear winter Vineyard days, I have trouble staying indoors. I am always tempted to set off for a walk in the woods or along a beach...
Restoring Veterans Park War Veterans Memorial Park was built more than half a century ago by hand by a small group of Vineyard Haven...
All in the Family By William A. Caldwell, Pulitzer prize winner, long-time Vineyard Gazette columnist etc. From the Vineyard Gazette...
I turned 21 in 1968, the first year I had the chance to vote. With an anti-Roosevelt Republican father and a liberal leaning Democratic...
Cases in Point The recent Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court decision in an esoteric Norwell case — a case that relied heavily on an...
Shrinking Island Schools Growing communities traditionally have meant growing schools, both for the number of students attending them and...

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