When my aunt approached a toll booth, handed the toll-taker a fresh Kleenex and blew her nose in a five dollar bill, we knew she was a bit...

Pay the Price This week, as estimates of the cost of cleaning up the massive oil slick off the Gulf Coast stretched above ten billion...

Public Health: Conversation and Opportunity The Martha’s Vineyard Hospital’s new building project has seen four years of publicity,...

Clarifying the Record Editors, Vineyard Gazette: The following is a copy of a letter sent to state historic preservation officers in...

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It only took one day for them to smile and reach out with folded hands. Our little group from the Vineyard was in Nicaragua to teach...

I have been away for awhile, over here in Europe, learning a new language, adjusting to a new culture and finding out about the world. The...

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Letters to the Editor

Given the controversy over the Zoia property on Quitsa Pond, it was to be expected that Ken Iscol and others would write letters taking strong...

In your August 10 issue, you ran a piece by David Handlin (Building a Better Big House Debate), the architect of the 12,000-plus-square-foot...

I will not comment upon architect David Handlin’s patronizing tone and cheap cliches as those have both been eloquently debunked in other letters....

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