Isabel Washington Powell, 98, Worked with Harlem Students, Prized Vineyard

Isabel Washington Powell, a vibrant and familiar figure in the Oak Bluffs African American summer colony that traces its origins to the early...

Malcolm O. Welch, 86, Served in World War II

Malcolm O. Welch, 86, of Acre Hill Road in Barnstable, died April 25 in Cape Cod Hospital in Hyannis. He was the husband of Emilia Lera Welch...

Horticulturist Polly Hill Dies at Age 100

Polly Hill, the pioneering horticulturist whose internationally acclaimed work raising trees and shrubs from seed began 50 years ago on a former...

Robert A. Palowski, 78, Was Equipment Operator

Robert A. Pawlowski, 78, of Holbrook died April 18 at the Good Samaritan Medical Center in Brockton.

Walter Leo Cook Jr., 86, Served in Coast Guard

Walter Leo Cook Jr. of Oak Bluffs, formerly of Malden and Wakefield, died April 20. He was 86. Walter was born on July 26, 1920 in Chelsea and...

John L. Saltonstall Jr., 91, Represented Gay Head; Defended Freedom of Speech

John L. Saltonstall Jr. of Westport Point, formerly a prominent Boston lawyer, civil libertarian, and former member of the Boston City Council, died...

David Arapene Cuch Attended Schools, Was Active In Native Issues

David Arapene Cuch, son of Carla Giles Cuch and Forest Cuch, brother of Cameron Cuch, uncle to Jay Ryder Cuch, cousin and friend to so many, died...

June Ditchfield, 56, Ran Island Framing Business

June Ditchfield, 56, died April 19 at home in Edgartown, surrounded by her family. In 1965, June moved to the United States from England at the age...

Rev. Kenneth J. Smith Was Unitarian Minister

The Rev. Kenneth J. Smith, minister emeritus of the Unitarian Universalist Society of Marthaߣs Vineyard, died at his retirement home in Penney Farms...

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