In a recent piece published in this newspaper, Glenn Wattley made misleading statements about wind power and Cape Wind that I would like to...
Moving to Maine From the Vineyard Gazette editions of 1933: Who on Martha’s Vineyard has paid a visit to New Vineyard, Maine? Who, among...
Women’s Rights On Monday the Democratic National Convention begins in Denver, and before it ends history will be made. Senator Hillary...
Summer’s Last Hurrah
BLADES IN THE WIND Editors, Vineyard Gazette:
From the Vineyard Gazette editions of August, 1958: The Menemsha of today presents a contrast with the Menemsha that Ralph B. Potter of...
Recently there have been a number of pieces of legislation on the national and state levels that are concerned with telephonic communication...
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The number eight in Chinese brings good fortune, I learned from the scheduling of the Olympic Games. That is why they began last week on the...
No Walk in the Park The town of Oak Bluffs had concerns about the aggressive expansion of the popular Boston Pops outdoor concert first...

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