I went to the Tuesday selectmen’s meeting this week to talk about the new angled parking, but opted not to speak in the public comment time because...
I was pleased to learn on Tuesday morning that the former Thimble Farm, the land that the CSA and others have been working for eight years to protect...
Young drivers on Martha’s Vineyard would benefit by having a traffic light to negotiate. Traffic lights are a mainland reality, and we should make...
Things have changed in our quiet, country neighborhood since the new, taller, bigger White-Lynch asphalt tower was built at Goodale’s ever-expanding...
This past Memorial Day commemorated the 20th year of our Avenue of Flags at Oak Grove Cemetery in Tisbury. We started with 50 flags; we now proudly...
I was filled with deep joy and appreciation when I read the article Students Lead Conversation On Race, Diversity, Tolerance in your May 25 edition....
I arrived on the Island as a twenty-something in the early 1980s and found a fledging art scene and stunning, unlimited beauty. There were a handful...
It’s not July, but it seems like July. It used to be that some things that happen only began to happen in mid-summer, but not this year, no sir....
What an amazing job everyone did to beautify the Triangle in Edgartown! I am very fortunate to live in the beautiful little town of Edgartown and I...

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