I enjoyed the recent opinion piece, “Feeling Mugged Not Hugged by Social Media” by Edward Hoagland.
Thanks Edgartown selectmen for responding quickly when it was brought to their attention that Edgartown residents pay $25 for a yard sale permit.
I started coaching when I was 17 years old. Throughout my career, I coached by three simple rules: Have fun, be a good teammate, respect the game.
Regarding the story in the Gazette last week about the bill to overhaul the public records law: We used to be a nation of laws but are not anymore.
The obituary of Danny Kaeka noted that he had played fast pitch softball, and Islanders who remember his pitching stated that “no one could hit off...
I managed to take a therapeutic dip in the sea recently just to hold my record. Kind of a spur-of-the-moment thing.
The League of Women Voters of Martha’s Vineyard supports House 3665, a bill to vastly improve access to public records.
It’s been close to a year since Neil’s accident, Nov. 24, 2014, and his journey toward recovery continues. Neil came home from a rehabilitation...
As a new full-time resident of the Island, I thought I might suggest a solution to the ever complex issue of the Stop & Shop expansion plans.