From the Vineyard Gazette editions of June, 1983 The three Steamship Authority governors, facing a battle with Vineyard commuters that may...
The Edgartown North Wharf fueling dock remained closed today — much to the chagrin of early summer boaters and Edgartown harbor master...
The Edgartown tennis courts will host an adult tennis camp to be held on June 21 and 22. The camp will feature instruction from local tennis...
Shirley
Shirley Donaroma Honored Edgartown National Bank recently honored Shirley Donaroma for achieving 25 years as an employee of the bank. Ms....
book
VINEYARD CHILL. By Philip R. Craig. Scribner. New York, N.Y. 2008. 256 pages. $24, hardcover. A popular young Island barmaid has gone...
solar panel
Visitors to the American Youth Hostel in West Tisbury now can bathe in solar-heated water. A 3-by-8-foot collector has been attached to the...
In one of the more exciting high school games in recent memory, the girls’ varsity lacrosse team scored two goals in the final two minutes to...
silos
As the story goes, the history of farming at Katama began in the first World War when Edgartown families planted army and navy beans deep in...
actors
No artistic medium asks us, the audience, to bring our imagination to the table as much as a staged theatre reading. So when a work such as...

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