Defaced, Defamed
The Martha’s Vineyard Playhouse was defaced recently.
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Caring Medical Community
On July 1, I suffered a traumatic injury at my home in Edgartown.
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Yes for a New School
The overwhelming yes vote for the Tisbury School at Sunday’s meeting is only a first step in the right direction.
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A Critical Moment
I am very much in favor of the proposed renovation and additions to the Tisbury School.
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Meaning of Juneteenth
This Saturday marks the first year in which Juneteenth will be celebrated as a state holiday.
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Value of Grass Fields
I understand that the Martha’s Vineyard Commission may take a vote on June 24 regarding the regional high school’s application to create in effect a new sportsplex at the high school.
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MVC Disconnect
This is not the language we would expect to hear from the Island planning body charged with protecting our land and water and leading the Vineyard climate action efforts:
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Superintendent Evaluation
I am pleased to see the all-Island school committee is preparing to tackle the daunting and time-consuming task of evaluating the superintendent of schools, Dr. Matthew D’Andrea.
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Plan for Tomorrow

Finally we seem to be seeing some light at the end of the Covid tunnel. It has been a long year, but here we are at the beginning of hurricane season. Let’s hope it is a mild one. Unfortunately somewhere out there, just over the horizon, there is another kind of storm waiting to break over us: The development project for the old Hinckley Lumber Yard.

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Patience Please
Summer is upon us.
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