Vineyard Haven Town Column: August 3
Nancy Gardella

This is the fastest moving summer ever. Even with some of our downpours, the plants are begging for water. And I am happily entertaining a flock of turkeys – from eight to 15 daily.

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Vineyard Haven Town Column: June 27
Nancy Gardella

A special, heartfelt so long to Sara Brown of this newspaper.

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Vineyard Haven Town Column: July 20
Nancy Gardella
I have not driven on-Island for four summers. As I headed home from Oak Bluffs a few days ago, I was startled to see a traffic light turn red as I was about to cross the bridge. What’s that?, I thought.
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Vineyard Haven Town Column: July 13
Nancy Gardella

Roll call. The whole gang is returning.

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Vineyard Haven Town Column: July 6
Nancy Gardella

Scholarship and soccer. You can’t get a better combination.

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Vineyard Haven Town Column: June 29
Nancy Gardella

Shane Justice Little Eagle Vanderhoop-True, my young friend, assistant, and dog walker, celebrated his last day of sixth grade at the West Tisbury school.

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Vineyard Haven Town Column: June 8
Nancy Gardella
Continued chilly. Lots of rain. Rivers of yellow pollen run to our storm drains.
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Vineyard Haven Town Column: June 1
Nancy Gardella
It was so cold over Memorial Day weekend I was certainly glad I had not put my winter coat and snow shovel away.
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Vineyard Haven Town Column: May 25
Nancy Gardella

Out comes the red, white and blue, my photos of Ed Colligan and the small flag we were all given at his celebration of life, and our deep respect for all who have served.

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Vineyard Haven Town Column: May 18
Nancy Gardella

Some think the first sign of spring on Martha’s Vineyard is the sighting of the first snow drops. Others observe the beginning of spring by turning on the outdoor shower. My own personal harbinger of spring came mid-last week. I removed the first tick from my head.

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