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Hello to all our readers. We have just finished an exhausting week of midterm exams and this week we share with you some of our issues and...
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...
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...
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...
All in the Family By William A. Caldwell, Pulitzer prize winner, long-time Vineyard Gazette columnist etc. From the Vineyard Gazette...
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...
Restoring Veterans Park War Veterans Memorial Park was built more than half a century ago by hand by a small group of Vineyard Haven...

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