For me, the Fourth celebration in Edgartown was a great day with a bad ending.
I first read Proust’s Swann’s Way as a sophomore in college. Not even 20 years old, what could I know about time?
On April 22, more than a million citizens marched in 600 cities across the United States and abroad in support of science — an impressive turnout.
n late 1969 I drew a high 303 in the Selective Service pool, which meant I was not going to be drafted to fight in the war in Viet Nam.
At the meeting held by the citizens’ group last week, specific issues were raised.
As I read newspapers and scathing letters from the public regarding the dismissal of hospital CEO Joe Woodin, I was dismayed at the tone.
Thank you Julia Wells and Mary Breslauer for a superbly professional work of journalism regarding the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital governance issue.
I believe it is a shame that many people that visit this beautiful Island do not care enough to clean up after themselves.
Gazette reporter Alex Elvin provided a fine overview of the debate surrounding Mill Brook.

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