A Weapon to Defend Island Waters The days slip by, one after another. First a hundred, then a thousand, then thousands more. The cesspool...
Disappearing Ancient Ways On Thursday night the Martha’s Vineyard Commission will hold a public hearing on a proposal to include five...
A DIFFERENT RESIDENT Editors, Vineyard Gazette: I would like it to be known that the “Susan Shea” mentioned in the article in the...
By Polly Woollcott Murphy. From the Vineyard Gazette editions of November 1976:
By BRAD WOODGER We’re all busy. More important, however, is that everybody else knows that we’re busy. Few street meetings or catch-up...
50 Years Ago From the Vineyard Gazette editions of September, 1957:
TEAR IT DOWN Editors, Vineyard Gazette: A building permit is given to an individual in 2003, to construct a garage to replace an existing...
The Public Park that Never Happened For two decades, so-called Boch Park on Beach Road in Vineyard Haven has sat in a limbo made of court...
Being a seasonal Island resident, when I return to my other homeland I am often asked what do people on Martha’s Vineyard do in the winter?...

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