I don’t think anyone here would be the least bit surprised to learn that my resume reads like it was written by an entire neighborhood.

From the Sept. 30, 1949 edition of the Vineyard Gazette:

Eric Jackson’s death at 72 hit me hard — not just as a longtime listener from a family of fans, but as someone who knew him personally and guest-...

The death of former Soviet Union leader Mikhail Gorbachev took me back to my travels to several Eastern European countries that he helped liberate...

From the Sept. 26, 1924 edition of the Vineyard Gazette:

Late Wednesday afternoon, our food outreach coordinator at the First Congregational Church of West Tisbury had two huge pots of pea soup simmering in...

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Letters to the Editor

I wanted to reach out and share a recent experience while on the Vineyard.

Recently, we decided to take a walk to the beach after supper. A young man passed us, then stopped and slowly backed up.

St Andrew's Church, in collaboration with Island clergy, sponsored an event to support volunteers and responders who assisted the Venezuelan migrants.

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