Correction

Correction

A story in Friday’s Gazette about Family Planning services reported inaccurately on the length of clinic staff work furloughs; the furloughs are for 14 hours, not 14 days.

Corrections

Corrections

A story in Friday’s Gazette about the Edgartown selectmen’s action on an application from a summer tour operator contained errors. Ron Minkin’s application is for a 14-passenger van, and it was the third meeting Mr. Minkin had with the selectmen.

The Gazette regrets the errors.

Corrections

Corrections

A story last Friday’s Gazette about the centennial of the grounding of the schooner Mertie B. Crowley misspelled Levi Jackson’s first name.

An interview in last Friday’s Gazette with the Rev. Vincent G. (Chip) Seadale, the new rector at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, reported incorrectly on where his wife Colleen works. She is a bereavement counselor and therapist for Hospice of Martha’s Vineyard.

The Gazette regrets the errors.

Correction

Correction

In a story about a Vineyard Haven resident’s efforts to protect the view from the Tashmoo Overlook (Citizen Campaigns to Save Tashmoo View, Nov. 18), the Gazette misstated the ownership of a parcel of land visible from the road. The land is owned by Payette Vineyard Realty Trust, not Thomas and Ginny Payette. The Gazette regrets the error.

Corrections

Corrections

In a preseason sports report published last week, the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School girls’ lacrosse team should have been included among the teams that won Eastern Athletics Conference championships in the 2010-2011 season. The Gazette regrets the omission.

Correction

Correction

In a Sept. 9 story about a woman who was inspired to compete in the Vineyard Warrior Triathlon by the events of 9/11, the athlete, Jennifer Sanford, misstated the name of her husband’s relative who was killed in the attack on the World Trade Center. He was Louis Caporicci, not Frank Piacentino. The Gazette regrets the error.

Correction

Correction

An editorial in last Friday’s Gazette about the Martha’s Vineyard Farm Project contained inaccurate information about the Native Earth Teaching Farm. The conservation restriction for the Chilmark farm is held by the Sheriff’s Meadow Foundation, not the Vineyard Conservation Society. The Gazette regrets the error.

Correction

Correction

The headline on a story about a new coalition of nonprofits coming together to purchase the former Thimble Farm property in Vineyard Haven misidentified the mission of the group. The Martha’s Vineyard Farm Project wants to buy the land the Whippoorwill Farm CSA currently uses, not the business. The Gazette regrets the error.

Correction

Correction

A story in Friday’s paper about a lawsuit brought against Clarence A. (Trip) Barnes 3rd referred to Mr. Barnes’s plan to fight an order to remove unregistered vehicles from his West Tisbury home. Mr. Barnes said he would fight the order to remove storage trailers, not cars.

Harvard professor Joseph L. Bower was incorrectly named in Tuesday’s story about the Summer Institute lecture at the Hebrew Center.

The Gazette regrets the errors.

Correction

Correction

In a story in the Tuesday, July 12, Gazette, the dunk booth at the Tisbury Street Fair was misidentified. The booth was sponsored by the Vineyard Hockey Boosters club that supports the high school boys’ hockey team.

The Gazette regrets the error.

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