Walk On

People who walk in the woods to get away from technology may be surprised to discover their pleasure enhanced by a new app.

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Lilacs and Remembrance
Two teenage girls sat cross legged on a sidewalk in Edgartown the other day, their faces turned up to the sun.
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And Many More

On Monday, the Vineyard Gazette had a birthday, and on Tuesday it celebrated by inviting readers in.

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A Town Divided
Tisbury voters have spoken, and the proposal to replace the old and outdated Tisbury School with a modern, even progressive facility, is effectively dead.
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Awakenings

March has its moniker, coming in like a lamb and out like a lion or vice versa depending on the vagaries of Mother Nature. Poor April has been saddled with being “the cruelest month.”

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Too Small to Fail

It’s possible that a new generation of Edgartown voters is no longer steeped in the rich history of the Katama Airfield.

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Open and Shut

Technology, and the myriad ways it can compromise personal privacy, has been much in the national news lately.

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Four-One-One to Sheriff

Sheriff Bob Ogden has a problem, but it is largely of his own making.

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April Days

There’s snow on the daffodils, but lately the sunny bulbs appear to be winning the race for spring over winter.

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Annual Town Meetings 2018

The Island spring political season officially kicks off on Tuesday night when voters in four towns gather to conduct business.

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