Chilmark Town Column: June 20
Katie Carroll

The near perfect stretch of weather the post-Fourth week provided a solid foundation for family visitors.

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Chilmark Town Column: July 13
Katie Carroll

Some attempt to be polite and proper by referring to the release of excess bodily warmth as “glistening”.

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Chilmark Town Column: July 6
Katie Carroll

July. It’s the month of fireworks, heatwaves, family get-togethers, barbecues and houses overflowing with guests.

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Chilmark Town Column: June 29
Katie Carroll
These are just a few gentle reminders before I say let the good times roll.
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Chilmark Town Column: June 22
Katie Carroll
Cake isn’t typically featured at your average lunchtime meal, but when Rena Fischer turns 103 cake is a must.
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Chilmark Town Column: June 8
Katie Carroll
Perched on a hillside in Menemsha is the watch room. Radios are monitored on various channels including channel 16 which is used for distress, safety and calling by those qualified to verbally assist in what can be stressful situations.
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Chilmark Town Column: June 1
Katie Carroll
Abel’s Hill Cemetery is peaceful and beautiful at all times of the year provided we all remember to take care of the plots where our loved ones are laid to rest.
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Chilmark Town Column: May 25
Katie Carroll
On May 21 the Island witnessed the first annual MVRHS community service Give Back Day.
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Chilmark Town Column: May 18
Katie Carroll
Commencement is simply defined as a beginning or a start. In simple terms, a commencement ceremony marks that defining moment when a student emerges from academic adventure and into the professional world.
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Chilmark Town Column: May 11
Katie Carroll
After 30 years, yes, three decades, the Osprey pole on Osprey Lane has been turned into a home.
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