Yearly Archives: 2010

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By a bizarre combination of circumstances, West Tisbury this year is one of only 67 communities in the whole United States which the Federal...

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Ice hockey is known as a rough and tumble sport, probably best suited to those among us with younger, more resilient bodies. But hockey...

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Three mildish days last week and everyone I know is up to their eyeballs in seed catalogues and garden plans. Green tips of daffodils...

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The 250 State Road affordable housing development hit a bump in the road at the West Tisbury planning board last week, when board members...

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While the Island may take on a serene and all's well appearance especially at this time of year, there are many people here who...

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If you didn't vote, I don't want to hear about it. Certainly no one could claim ignorance. We were bombarded with phone calls and...

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The tease of warm weather last weekend did not inspire me to head outdoors. Instead, I continued my plans for indoor fun to pass...

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Singing their own tune, and doing so in splits better than two to one in four towns, Vineyard voters led the parade for state...

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Sunday morning at dawn, I was treated to a beautiful winter sunrise. The horizon to the east looked as if it had been kissed...

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Ok, so it's January on Martha's Vineyard. Post-holiday blues. Patriots choked against the Ravens, so no playoffs. Opening Day at Fenway is months away....