Katie Carroll

Chilmark Town Column: July 31
Katie Carroll
Between the hours of 9 a.m. and 9 p.m., all who are out and about in Menemsha must wear a mask or face covering.
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Chilmark Town Column: July 24
Katie Carroll
It came out of nowhere, stirred up by a gust of wind, and stopped abruptly when it connected with the back of my head.
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Chilmark Town Column: July 17
Katie Carroll
Driving around town can be a challenge with increased vehicular traffic, trucks towing trailers, mopeds, joggers, dog walkers and bicycle riders.
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Chilmark Town Column: July 10
Katie Carroll
Just a few short days after completing a century of life, Betty Eddy’s son, Bill, shared with me that she had completed her walk on earth.
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Chilmark Town Column: July 3
Katie Carroll
Frances Labaree thought a trip to Larsen’s to purchase fish for dinner was going to be quick and simple.
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Chilmark Town Column: June 26
Katie Carroll

June 22, 1920, was a Tuesday.

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Chilmark Town Column: June 19
Katie Carroll
Open signs hang on nearly every shop in town these days although the message remains clear.
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Chilmark Town Column: June 12
Katie Carroll
After a tremendous amount of planning and preparation, Chilmark was the first Island town to host town meeting and town elections.
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Chilmark Town Column: June 5
Katie Carroll
I always thought of Boston as a safe and fairly sensible city.
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Chilmark Town Column: May 22
Katie Carroll
When I stopped at my in-laws, Emmett leaned out the door and handed Kathie a bag and she passed it to me.
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