I want to thank Edgartown police and especially officer William Bishop who organized the wonderful dinner served to the elderly in December.
find myself less and less patient with the three-cornered discussion that has developed about the future of the Mill Pond.
Mental illness not only affects the person who is ill, but their families and loved ones as well.
This letter is about a looming mistake of epic proportions — the North Bluff seawall project in Oak Bluffs.
As the 16th year of the 21st century begins, Vineyard memories abound.
I wish to thank the many community members who have created and maintained Hospice of Martha’s Vineyard.
When David Lott wrote his lovely tribute to his mother, who turned 101 on Dec. 13 he did not complicate matters by writing of his grandmother.
I take the gravest possible offense with the word loophole to describe a judge not informing a defendant of the seriousness of their pleas.
I loved Gus Ben David’s letter about the old Mill Pond dam and his reference to the sidewalk marine biologists. Go Gussie, go!
The ongoing insanity over keeping or getting rid of the Mill Pond in West Tisbury really seems to get people worked up.
Three times each year the Family to Family Holiday Meals program of the Vineyard Committee on Hunger provides ingredients for a healthy traditional...
Your Dec. 4 issue brought me the sad news of Doug Dorchester’s death.