I was appalled by the recent front page article in the Boston Globe regarding an 8,300-square-foot house on Chappaquiddick.
After yet another rejection at town meeting, it seems clear to me that Tisbury voters do not want the connector road. They don’t like its roundabout...
The development office of Martha’s Vineyard Community Services thanks the Martha’s Vineyard community for disposing of your old, tired and used...
The Schifter house move presents a sobering contradiction. The goal is to save a property from the effects of climate change, but the means to this...
A big summer home used to be 5,000 square feet. Now a big summer home is 20,000 square feet. Where are we headed?
Regarding All Clear (a Gazette Chronicle), what a fascinating piece of Island (and social) history!I have been a full-time washashore for a year now...
Regarding the Gazette story of March 22 headlined: “Have Host Will Travel, Ticks And Deer Thrive On Vineyard.”The Vineyard is famous for many things...
Many remember the last time the small (west) entrance to Vineyard Haven harbor closed in 1997, and you could smell the decay far and wide. The small...
The recent article by Sara Brown (Vineyard Gazette, March 22) illustrates clearly a few problems apparent in our boat line service. In their effort...

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