Even though the heavens opened up and poured soaking rain, complete with thunder and lightning, hospice angels were plentiful on a recent...
The trowel bent in my hand; I was afraid it might. There was one last year that did the same thing. Thinking it a piece of junk, I pitched it...
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It’s inevitably hot and hectic, dusty and bit tersweet — these four days of waning summer on the Vineyard during the agricultural fair held in...
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Island Plan for the Future How much and how should the Vineyard grow? This is the question that has been posed by the Martha’s Vineyard...
The Lash house has come down. It took Roger Allen six months to build but just two days for one man and a big John Deere excavator to...
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...

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