Most roads in the U.S. are built for cars, not for pedestrians. Whether we’re happy or unhappy with this, most of us are aware of it.
Last Friday, the Edgartown patrolmen’s association sponsored its annual senior fall feast, a sumptuous dinner offered free to all Edgartown seniors.
It was very nice to read Tom Rancich’s story in the Vineyard Gazette of Nov. 7 about how he came to the Island and his military career.
On Friday, Nov. 7, the Edgartown Council on Aging, also known as the Anchors, held a volunteer recognition luncheon to thank and acknowledge all who...
On Friday, Nov. 21, volunteers of the Family-to-Family Holiday Meals program will gather at the First Baptist Parish House on William street in...
Congratulations to Massachusetts voters who chose Charlie Baker for governor.
Bad Idea Editors, Vineyard Gazette: The following letter was sent to Bruce Carlisle, director of the state Coastal Zone Management program. The...
I read with interest and appreciation the personal stories of Nelson Bryant and Bill Eville in the Oct. 17 Vineyard Gazette. Mr. Bryant’s memoir and...
Bad Idea Editors, Vineyard Gazette: The following letter was sent to Bruce Carlisle, director of the state Coastal Zone Management program. The...

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