Correction

Correction

A story in last Friday’s Gazette about bees and the pollinator crisis provided the wrong date for a talk by Beekeeping for Dummies author Howland Blackiston. Mr. Blackiston will speak at the Wakeman Center in Vineyard Haven on March 15. The Gazette regrets the error.

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Clarification

Clarification

A story in the Jan. 21 Gazette about two wind turbine projects on farms in Chilmark was unclear about the relationship of one person to a distinct group opposing the projects. Allen Farm abutter Jonathan Adler is not a member of the group battling a state plan to build turbines in waters off the Vineyard.

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Correction

Correction

A story in last week’s Gazette about the high school swim team was inaccurate in its history reporting. There was a swim team on the Vineyard in the 1970s that traveled off-Island for meets and practiced in the pool at the hotel that is today the Mansion House. The Gazette regrets the error.

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Correction

Correction

Both the headline and text in a story in the Dec. 31 Gazette about two Aquinnah scallopers cited for possible violations contained inaccuracies. Wilde Whitcomb was not fishing without a license and in fact has a commercial scallop license issued by the town; the question to be decided by town counsel centers on Mr. Whitcomb’s residency status. The Gazette regrets the errors.

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Corrections

Corrections

A story about the Lyme disease support group on the Vineyard in the Friday Gazette contained errors. Sue Hruby’s name was spelled incorrectly, and in one photograph that accompanied the story, the person identified as Enid Haller was in fact Phoenix Becker.

The West Tisbury column last week carried an incorrect date for a memorial service for John W. Mayhew; the service will be held on July 28, not July 24.

The Gazette regrets the errors.

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Corrections

Corrections

A photograph that accompanied a story in the Friday Gazette about the lost art of harpooning swordfish from the Vineyard incorrectly identified a person in the picture. It was Todd Mayhew, not Jeremy Mayhew, who was pictured with his father Greg Mayhew.

A commentary on the Vineyard African American community carried an incorrect last name for Zita Cousens, owner of Cousen Rose in Oak Bluffs.

The Gazette regrets the errors.

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Clarifications

Clarifications

A story in the May 18 Gazette stated that regional high school senior Madison Hughes will be the first Vineyard lacrosse player to play the sport at a division one school. In fact, Ms. Hughes will be the first female player to do so; the boys’ program has sent players to division one programs in previous years.

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Correction

Correction

A story in last week’s Gazette about the West Tisbury selectmen’s decision to purchase gas from the Vineyard Transit Authority mistakenly referred to Patrick Jenkinson as Jesse Jenkinson. The Gazette regrets the error.

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Clarification

Clarification

In the story March 23 about the South Wood Farms foreclosure, the Gazette referred to Corey Kupersmith’s former business partner, Keith Crocco, who is named as the plaintiff in a lawsuit against Mr. Kupersmith. Mr. Crocco died in a motorcycle accident in 2009.

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Correction

Correction

In a March 16 story about prescription drugs, Jill De La Hunt, the New Paths Recovery Program coordinator, was referred to as Leslie De La Hunt. In a March 23 story about the Island’s Vision Fellowship, Philippe Jordi’s first name was spelled incorrectly. The Gazette regrets the errors.

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