Ann Wallace
For 30 years it has been the Island’s best-kept secret. And today Island Elderly Housing (IEH) also remains one of the Island’s best...
What follows is a day in the life of Alma West, a resident at Island Elderly Housing, in her owns words. • I get up early — I am a...
Small Business Loans The Southeastern Economic Development (SEED) Corporation has closed on five small business loans in the Cape and...
Katherine Graduates Katherine Campbell of Vineyard Haven graduated from Emmanuel College, cum laude, with a degree in psychology,...
bird
Bird watchers the world over experience the frustration of “the one that got away.” It isn’t that we don’t spot the bird, it is that we did not...
Friday, June 25: Summer has a foothold on the Vineyard. Bright sunshine, warm with temperature rising to the 80s in the sun. A stiff...
sailboat
The 21-foot wooden catboat Vanity has been crisscrossing the Edgartown Harbor in the last several weeks, the start of what will be a busy...
I am fond of weeding. Not just any weeding, mind you. My vegetable garden has raised beds to accommodate poor drainage and less than perfect soil.
Though I would never admit to being a cheerleader, I somehow find myself surrounded by pom-poms.  These pom-poms won’t cheer for the team (...

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