Celeste
Three athletes left the Island Friday morning in their purple and white warm-up suits, high socks and caps, each in their numbered T-...
Wind turbine
The Island’s largest wind turbine to date went up this past week at Morning Glory Farm in Edgartown. The 50-kilowatt wind turbine sits...
airplanes
It was an especially busy winter at the Martha’s Vineyard Airport, as workers rushed to complete the two preparatory phases of a $7...
There were long delays to flights on and off Martha’s Vineyard, emergency services across the Island were swamped with callers reporting...
Servicemen
World War II veteran Herb Foster of Edgartown was dressed in his infantry uniform. Ashlee Moreis, 10, and Julia Felix, 10, of Vineyard Haven, had...
Brazilian-American students graduating from Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School this month have been refused permission to wear scarves...
soldiers
We’re getting close to D-Day now. A couple of days away. You can tell. These big C47s, these transport planes, were out on the airstrip. And all of a...
The password for that drop was George Washington. If you heard a rustling and you didn’t know who was there you would say “George,” and if you...
Elmer Albert
They were Islanders and they served their country in World War II, in all branches of the armed forces, men and women, most of them barely beyond...

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