Dog Etiquette
There is no better way to start the New Year than with a walk on a favorite trail, enjoying the peace and tranquility of a winter-quiet Island.
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Out of the Darkness
Darkness into Vineyard Light would like to thank Lia Kahler and the outreach committee of the Chilmark Community Church for collecting donations for suicide prevention and awareness.
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Night on the Town

On behalf of the residents of Island Elderly Housing, I would like to thank the Martha’s Vineyard Savings Bank and Patti Leighton for sponsoring a movie night in Edgartown.

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Racially Offensive

It came to the attention of the Martha’s Vineyard NAACP last week that a store in Vineyard Haven put up a racially offensive holiday display.

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Keep it Simple
• Keep it Simple

Editors, Vineyard Gazette:

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Good Deeds
Since reading about the dilemma of Vineyard residents not being aware who owns their electric lines, I would like to tell our story.
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Oak Bluffs Tree Lighting
Tiny faces filled with glee await the lighting of the tree.
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Hoping to be Heard
The Steamship Authority offers many benefits to the town of Falmouth. The SSA also causes many problems for the town of Falmouth.
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Top Cops
Chief McNamee, I want to introduce myself and thank you and your department for their assistance and impressive police work.
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Plastic Free
I learned a great deal being away at college, one of which is my appreciation for the respect our community has for our Island’s ecosystem.
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