In the Forest From the Vineyard Gazette editions of July, 1933: Capt. A. S. Knight, commanding officer of the Civilian Conservation...
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Board President Responds Editors, Vineyard Gazette: Last Monday, July 14 the board of directors of the Martha’s Vineyard Boys’ and Girls...
North Tisbury Restaurant Revival Jackson and Mary Kenworth want to take over the burned-out West Tisbury restaurant known most recently as...
From July Vineyard Gazette editions: Ordinarily at this phase of an Island summer the hedgerows would be dusty, and dust would be coating...
Bringing Engine No. 2 Home To run, maintain and protect a town, taxpayers buy all sorts of vehicles: dump trucks, police cruisers and...
The following remarks were spoken to family and friends following the death of Wendy Jenkinson Weisman. I’m Wendy’s father. This is...
As most everyone knows by now, the Visiting Nurse Service, the former nursing agency of Martha’s Vineyard Community Services, announced in...
A Shark Drops By It didn’t take much. A large shark was sighted on the morning of July tenth off South Beach in Edgartown. Within twenty-...
Fido and Kitty on Holiday

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