Setting a Bad Example
What kind of lessons are being drawn by Tisbury school children who, two weeks before school is scheduled to start, are being told that the building they’ve occupied 180 days a year is unsafe?
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Gridlock: Crisis or Inconvenience?
A community survey completed by the Gazette this month documents what everyone already knows: summer traffic on Martha’s Vineyard is a major annoyance.
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In Tune
The weather smiled brightly on Beach Road Weekend, but that was perhaps the only variable still in question at the start of the music festival due to the vagaries of nature.
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Waste Not
The Martha’s Vineyard Agricultural Society Livestock Show and Fair is coming, and along with prize-winning pies, racing pigs and the skillet throw, one of the highlights is something there will be less of this year: food waste.
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Tipping Point
Hot summer days have stretched on endlessly this year, warming an ocean that just six weeks ago was chilly enough to take the breath away.
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The Vision Thing
The Steamship Authority’s got a problem, and it is not the group of angry Woods Hole citizens that has effectively stymied construction of a new terminal building.
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Ready to Launch
If there is such a thing as a sweet spot on Martha’s Vineyard through the seasons, it must be June.
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Annual Town Meetings 2019
On the cusp of a new decade, along with lengthening days, a greening landscape and the return of the osprey, the annual political season has arrived again on the Island.
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A Necessary Step
If marine consultants hired to evaluate the Steamship Authority thought their urgent call for sweeping change at the boat line would be swiftly heeded, this week’s events surely crushed that notion.
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What's in a Plan?
Airport commissioners were incensed this week that this newspaper characterized their Capital Improvement Plan as, well, a plan.
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