Spring Litter Last week on Earth Day, 26 Island beaches were cleared of empty bottles and cans, plastic odds and ends and other debris. The...
From the Vineyard Gazette editions of April, 1933:
Roofs for Education In educating the youth of the Vineyard, Island teachers provide a crucial public service. Yet Island schools now...
Many Benefits> Editors, Vineyard Gazette: The following letter was sent to the Martha’s Vineyard Commission: I am 100 per cent in...
Tisbury Split Down the Middle The good people of Vineyard Haven fought to a draw last week in the collective duel over whether to allow...
Red Buds The woodlands are brushed with the palest colors these days as an early burst of warm weather throws nature into a tailspin: new...
I have just submitted my new economic stimulation plan to the President and I am sure that he is, at this very moment, giving it thoughtful...
I am writing to respond to last week’s Gazette editorial which faulted Cape Wind for filing a petition with the Massachusetts Energy...
Recently I attended the Minerals Management Service public hearing held on Martha’s Vineyard where I reiterated some of the reasons why I...
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Now that spring is here, I am willing to forget winter, but in March I was longing for it. This past Vineyard winter for me was neither cold...
Editors, Vineyard Gazette: Another one gone:
Joe the Clam Eater From the Vineyard Gazette editions of January, 1948 Not conquering perhaps, but a hero just the same, Joseph H....

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