From the Dec. 10, 1993 Just a Thought column by Arthur Railton:It was a couple of weeks before Christmas nearly 70 years ago, about 5 o’clock on a...
From the Vineyard Gazette edition of Dec. 1954: And now comes Christmas! Heralded by the stringing of colored lights and standards along the village...
From the Vineyard Gazette editions of November 1955: In the 27 years that one Edgartown family has watched Sheriff’s Meadow Pond morning, noon and...
From the Vineyard Gazette editions of Nov. 1971: Until killing frosts ravage the scarlet cranberries in Manuel S. Duarte’s six-acre bog at Cranberry...
From the Gazette editions of November, 1934:One of the best indications of whether the Vineyard is getting along well in winter is the presence or...
From the Vineyard Gazette edition of Nov. 14, 1918:The Great War began August 1, 1914 and lasted 1,567 days. The United States entered the Great War...
From the Vineyard Gazette editions of Nov. 1966:In a letter to Gov. Volpe this week, Rep. Benjamin C. Mayhew Jr. of the Vineyard made clear his...
From the Gazette editions of October, 1908: “Did you ever hear about the fish that was cut in two, away back, and has been cut in two ever since?”...
From the Vineyard Gazette edition of May 9, 1905: By the heart of West Tisbury I do not mean the geographical center of the little town, but the...

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