Martha’s Vineyard is going to see soldiers, and many of them, during the next two or three weeks.  
Edgartown, its ears unconsciously expectant of the crash of bombs, had a thrilling experience Monday morn­ing when the quiet June air was blasted by...
Statistics released last night by Arthur B.
Announcement has been made of the acquisition of 683 acres of land on the state reservation near West Tisbury by the federal government for an air...
A Vineyard wild flower sanctuary, where native plants, flowers and shrubs will be planted and protected, under conditions which will allow the...
Rev. Oscar E.
The first hint of spring weather drew visitors in considerable numbers to the newly constructed Tashmoo Creek at Vineyard Haven, where the firm...
The Civilian Defense organization of Oak Bluffs, headed by Dr. Francis C. Buckley reports that the partial blackout held in that town Sunday night,...
The work of dredging now going on at Tashmoo Creek focuses attention upon one of the historical landmarks of the Island and one of which very little...
The setting up of tire-rationing boards in Island towns this week brings the war yet nearer to the Vineyard.
One of the victims of the Japanese surprise attack upon the Philippines on Dec. 7 was John H. Campbell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred P. Campbell of New...
The death in action of John Gillespie Magee Jr. has been announced by the British Air Ministry. A pilot officer, he is reported unofficially to have...

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