Speeding down the roadway of life, warning signs posted along the way give us an indication of what lies ahead. One signpost in particular...

Elise Lebovit

On Sunday afternoon, Occupy Wall Street-Martha’s Vineyard held its first general assembly at Howes House in West Tisbury. The purpose of...

The swirl of news in Edgartown and Oak Bluffs this week around the two town wastewater treatment plants, both managed by superintendent Joseph...

Once upon a time, ever so long ago, there were machines called typewriters. In my Minnesota high school there was a room where many...

My spirit was bent over double in the spring of 2004 when I walked into Edgartown Books on Main street, which last week announced it is...

Ponce de Leon had it wrong. The fountain of youth was never bubbling away in some mangrove swamp in Florida. Rather, it rests on a hillside in...

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Letters to the Editor

When people ask me what makes Martha’s Vineyard so special, I only have three words, “zoning, zoning and zoning.”

After weeks of attending public hearings, writing carefully considered letters and making personal pleas to the MV Commission, our family did not...

Today as we drive by the Mill Pond, a prominent gateway to our town, we can see growth edging out into the pond — little formations of grassy islands...

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