In these highly partisan times, policy debates about irrelevant questions are unhelpful in resolving real issues. This is illustrated by...

Despite the gadgets and technological wizardry that define our era, human beings don’t require much to survive. Yet we’ve manipulated the...

Nest Eggs From Gazette editions of October, 1936: George M. Jenks of North Tisbury, at the age of 86, took for his bride Mrs....

Gone Scalloping The water was so warm you almost didn’t need waders. The October sun glinted off the water in the pond and at...

My daughter Pickle, age three and half, has been talking a lot about death lately. The other night at dinner she turned to her mother, Cathlin, and...

Living on the Edge Every week brings new facts to support what our senses already know. The natural environment around us is changing,...

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Letters to the Editor

The opinion piece by Dick Russell (Conservation is Essential to Save the Striper, Vineyard Gazette Oct. 31) misinforms readers concerning the actions...

If anyone has wondered lately when President Kennedy was last in Vineyard waters, our family can report we happened to be in a boat in Edgartown on...

In the spirit of being thankful for what we have and having the opportunity to give back to our community that sustains us here on the Vineyard, I...

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