By Polly Woollcott Murphy. From the Vineyard Gazette editions of November 1976:
By JACK SHEA “Every once in a while, you get a home run, a perfect project happens, and this is one of them,” said Willie Smith, sweeping...
By BRAD WOODGER We’re all busy. More important, however, is that everybody else knows that we’re busy. Few street meetings or catch-up...
In what promises to be an interesting and perhaps emotional doubleheader, the Martha’s Vineyard Commission on Thursday will review both a plan to...
There is something evil and ugly lurking in the rules of the United States Croquet Association, and that is the rule that tournament matches...
The Vineyard football team passed its second test of the season on Saturday, defeating a dangerous opponent on the road in Carver High School by...
Renaissance House, a retreat for artists, celebrates its fifth year of survival with a benefit spoken word show on Friday, Sept. 21 at 8 p.m...
For the second time this week, Chilmark residents confronted increasing demands to reduce personal energy usage when the first proposal for a...
closed to shellfishing sign
The solution to the problems facing our great ponds is so simple that I can hear the slapping of foreheads as I write this — the Martha’s...

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