Lack of Trust
In the spring of 2009 my wife, Molly, and I purchased what was then known as Rainbow Farm in Chilmark from David Douglas.
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Moldy Peaches
My granddaughter and I were pleased to win second prize with our family traditional peach pie in this year's fair contest.
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As the Crow Flies
David Lott's article entitled A Squirrel Named Willie in last week's Vineyard Gazette brought me such joyful memories of my own unusual childhood companion.
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Master Plan for Edgartown
It is high time that Edgartown goes full speed ahead on making major improvements.
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Dereliction of Duty
I am not familiar with another instance when so many people, determined to pursue a bad idea, have been given — and ignored — so many opportunities to reconsider their actions.
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Safe and Sound
On Monday, May 9, my 97-year-old mother's house in Tisbury burned down. No one was hurt, thank God.
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Trustees Have Lost Their Way
I am writing in response to your article which appeared in the Vineyard Gazette on May 2, under the somewhat misleading heading of "Lawsuit Seeks to Block OSV Use at Cape Pogue."
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Time to Come Together
Our responsibility as educators is to best support our Island children. I feel the MVRHS track and fields project was a proposal that would do just that.
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Senseless Destruction
I live at 68 Eastville avenue. If you are on Island, you have seen the senseless destruction from the corner of County avenue to the drawbridge.
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Triumphant Return
Hurray! The heartbeat of the Martha’s Vineyard Playhouse pounds loudly and triumphantly again.
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