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I really had no idea what to expect as I approached the Chilmark Community Center a little after 7 p.m. on Saturday night, but I hoped it...
When the West Tisbury Library opened in 1993, it was already too small. A frantic patchwork of low-cost space solutions over the years...
The current Edgartown Library building was last expanded in 1975, when our population numbered about 1,500 people. Today our year-round...
Ovios
The following reader comments were posted to the story about the death of Michael Ovios, a former longtime teacher in the Tisbury School...
TOWN MEETING TIME Editors, Vineyard Gazette: I am of the firm belief that by virtue of the fact that you know about the existence of...
Letter from the Publisher One should not take the helm of a 165-year-old institution without a sense of history and humility, and so I...
Applications are now being accepted for one of International Rotary’s oldest programs, the ambassadorial scholarship awards, designed to...
girls
It’s easy to feel helpless in the wake of disaster but, as the six girls of Edgartown Brownie Troop 80290 learned, equally easy to take action. For...
Food for Fines Food for library fines amnesty week is April 10 through 16 at the Vineyard Haven Public Library. Anyone with an...

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