Martha’s Vineyard is sometimes advertised as possessing everything that can be found on earth with the possible exception of snow-capped mountains.
I had been living with a geriatric little Yorkie named Harry until he died over the holidays. He was 14, pretty close to my age in dog years.
The Massachusetts Seaport Council grant in the amount of six hundred and eighty thousand dollars awarded to Tisbury last week is much deserved.
Some years we must wait until February for the clear, sunny days that are the greatest asset of the cold season.
I picture Horse Rossin as a large avuncular man.
It will probably come as a greater satisfaction than ever when the voters of Martha’s Vineyard find themselves on the floor of town meeting this year.
I have seen firsthand many people struggling with addiction and substance abuse problems.
At a recent meeting superintendent Matthew D’Andrea was confronted with news that students are being spit upon and otherwise bullied.
We will soon decide in our separate towns to adopt annual budgets, including the assessments for the regional high school.
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