With the election of a new Cape and Islands state representative days away, campaign finance reports released this week show Vineyard...
Seventy-odd years ago, Everett Poole recalls, the first Democrat appeared in Chilmark. He ran the post office. “The reason he was a...
Amid the heap of state and national issues on Tuesday, Island voters will be asked one local question: whether to reduce the terms of the...
Dialing for Obama
Vineyard election officials are expecting a record turnout for Tuesday’s election following a rush of new voter registrations and a huge...
The stunning success of the ninth annual Martha’s Vineyard Public Charter School Scarecrow Contest is evident across the Vineyard. This...
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By LYNNE IRONS
Don’t come knocking, cause there’s nobody home in a brown oak apple gall. Oak apple galls are those fragile looking, paper-like round things...
Some single class seminars and multi-week courses — on subjects as diverse as Shakespeare, wine appreciation and salsa — are still open...
mussel gathering
Mussels don’t taste like duck, but the difference between the flavor of farmed mussels and wild ones is like the difference between a...

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