March left us like a lazy lamb but April came in like a loony lion. Its first few days seemed more akin to the start of February.

Writing this comes as a surprise. I could never have imagined that a decision I made at age 21 would be such fodder for scrutiny today.

From the spring 1986 editions of the Vineyard Gazette:

It is back to the drawing board for the Martha’s Vineyard Refuse District and its plan to expand the transfer station.

Like its namesake off Bermuda, the Edgartown Triangle has long been the site of mysterious disappearances, mail mostly.

Every year on the Vineyard we dispose of millions of plastic shopping bags. Millions. Though they take a variety of paths, almost all eventually end...


Letters to the Editor

The past number of years I have noticed a sharp decline in the Island gulls.

There have been many questions about rate changes for rubbish service to the town of Tisbury.

On the section of Middle Road that was recently resurfaced, there are now steep dropoffs.