Letters to the editor

Remembering Vernon Jordan

Vernon Jordan was a unique leader who was able to bridge the gap from where power was held to where it was needed.

Vaccinations for Teachers

We need to get teachers back to school safely, so our kids can get back to learning.

Dangerous Foam

On two recent walks at South Beach, 1,224 pieces of polystyrene foam were found by one person.

In the Stacks, Virtually

While I am forever grateful for our first responders who have served the Island so continuously and selflessly during this pandemic, I also wanted to call attention to another group that has risen to the occasion, our Island libraries — and for me, the Oak Bluffs library.

Crucial Service

I am writing to offer a big thanks to Angie Gompert, administrator of the Vineyard Transit Authority (VTA).

Turf Drawbacks

The following letter was sent to the Martha’s Vineyard Commission and the Oak Bluffs planning board.

Working Toward the Dream

In celebrating the birthday of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. last month, we recalled his leadership and contributions during the civil rights struggles.

Red Stocking Gratitude

Thank you does not begin to express the gratitude that all of us at Red Stocking feel for all who supported us this year.

Turf Dissonance

From the point of view of student and community health and basic equity, the artificial turf project elicits extreme cognitive dissonance.

Town Committee Responds

Four years ago, Donald Trump laid out his vision for America in his inaugural speech.

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