Nancy Gardella

Vineyard Haven Town Column: Jan. 27
Trudging through slush, hoping for the best.
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Vineyard Haven Town Column

I hope I only have good news to report at this time next week. As we go to press, the noontime inauguration is pending. Four grim years of being put through the wringer have cautioned me to expect the worst. But with Joe and Kamala at the helm for the next four or eight years I am hoping for a renaissance of wonder.

The fact that parents, teachers, school staff, administration, and the students themselves have worked together to keep education going is commendable. That speaks volumes about what our systems in place mean to us.

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Vineyard Haven Town Column
Good news and good wishes.
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Vineyard Haven Town Column: April 30
Covid strikes again. The famous annual Island Cup, a football trophy fought over by our Vineyarders against the Nantucket Whalers, has been cancelled this year. Next year’s rivalry will be much anticipated.
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Vineyard Haven Column: April 23
We are approaching the last week of the annual poetry month.
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Vineyard Haven Town Column: April 16
While doing some much needed cleaning at my house I came across five books I was carrying in a bag in my truck.
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Vineyard Haven Town Column: April 2
We are beginning my favorite month of all.
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Vineyard Haven Town Column: March 12
Just so we are perfectly clear, this weekend is the time to spring forward. Don’t be late for church.
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Vineyard Haven Town Column: March 5
People are on the move. Island photographer and author, Michael Blanchard is heading out west for a photographic adventure.
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Vineyard Haven Town Column: Jan. 6
The water was a brisk 43.9 degrees.
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