martha's vineyard train
For 21 years — from the late summers of 1874 through 1895 — a passenger train chuffed along a route that looks inconceivably imposing to us today:...
Well, yes we did. At long last, my “darlings” have won a ribbon at the fair. A blue one (technically, pale blue — honorable mention), but...
BACK TO SCHOOL Editors, Vineyard Gazette:
Thinking Outside the Lunchbox Apparently fifty-six million students are expected to go to school across the country this fall. They may...
Labor Day 2009 The national holiday on Monday is a singular celebration of American workers, and it stands apart from most other...
dredge
Nessie is her name. A new dredge for the Edgartown Great Pond was launched on Wednesday afternoon before a crowd of 50 friends and...
Lyndon
Lyndon Johnson Pereira is all but forgotten. Just a handful of the Island’s some 3,000 Brazilian residents have heard of him. Other...
poultry
Several chickens entered into the livestock competition of the Martha’s Vineyard Agricultural Society Fair were stolen from their cages,...
plaque
The grass is lush, the soccer and ball fields ready for the punishment of cleats worn by young soccer players and grown men sliding under...

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