Recently I attended the Minerals Management Service public hearing held on Martha’s Vineyard where I reiterated some of the reasons why I...

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Now that spring is here, I am willing to forget winter, but in March I was longing for it. This past Vineyard winter for me was neither cold...

From the Vineyard Gazette editions of April, 1933:

Roofs for Education In educating the youth of the Vineyard, Island teachers provide a crucial public service. Yet Island schools now...

Cape Wind’s Bad Play The town of Edgartown and the Martha’s Vineyard Commission are right in their request to intervene in the case against...

Too Much of a Good Thing The proposed redevelopment of what is being called Bradley Square in Oak Bluffs blends an impressive list of...

Last February, Menemsha lost one of its memorable characters, a genuinely nice guy and a good friend, when Carl Whitman passed. He died the...

WHILE ROME BURNS Editors, Vineyard Gazette:

The marathon of federal public hearings on the Cape Wind draft environmental impact statement is over. The federal Minerals Management...

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