I invite everyone to come hear Steve Hurley, southeast district fisheries manager for the Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife, talk...
With the advent of my granddaughter’s becoming a freshman at our regional high school, my horizon has changed, broadened, expanded and become much...
According to the Martha’s Vineyard 2014 Housing Needs Assessment, there are 2,245 households with average median incomes below $68,800 for a family...
As co-facilitators of the Memory Support Group, we are grateful to our group members and their families who graciously agreed to share their stories...
In the early 1990s The Vineyard was its own destination, not a presidential vacation spot or a real estate speculation. There were only three things...
When people ask me what makes Martha’s Vineyard so special, I only have three words, “zoning, zoning and zoning.”
After weeks of attending public hearings, writing carefully considered letters and making personal pleas to the MV Commission, our family did not...
Today as we drive by the Mill Pond, a prominent gateway to our town, we can see growth edging out into the pond — little formations of grassy islands...
Because of the extreme danger posed to the Cape and Islands should an accident occur at the aging, failing Pilgrim power plant, concerned people are...

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