The situation in Syria is indeed very troubling. I can understand why President Obama first hesitated to send even light weapons to aid the rebels...
I hope the giant utility poles springing up around the Island are not a fait accompli. It seems we are going to have to bury our power lines at some...
This is for the young cowboy who drives eastward on South Road mornings between 6 and 6:30, speeding: You will have noticed, perhaps, that I don’t go...
Suddenly the Edgartown-Vineyard Haven Road is transformed into an ugly, urban wired and poled road. From one day to the next greenery has had to make...
I would like to convey thanks to some members of your community. I reside in Edinburgh, Scotland and in June 2013 had the chance to visit Martha’s...
Chilmark softball — always on Sunday, started 80 years ago at Hazel Flanders’s back lot. It moved to Toomey’s field and is now ensconced at Flanders...
The League of Women Voters of Martha’s Vineyard wants to remind Vineyard residents that Tuesday, June 25 is election day. This election day is the...
In the debate two weeks ago between Ed Markey and Gabriel Gomez, who are running in a special election on June 25 for the U.S. Senate, a stark...
President Obama today is faced by two implacable enemies. Outside our borders there is radical Islam, which hates him as the leader of the secular...

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