Yearly Archives: 2011
What's better than the library being open on Sundays? Winter hours, 1 to 5 pm, commenced this past Sunday.
Ed and Linda BenDavid and their family have been busier than usual lately.
So, I saw something last week that I usually don't see in Aquinnah: a plane on Lobsterville Road.
Those wonderful scarecrows will be put up this weekend.
When we moved to the city, we thought that we and our bird friends had been sundered forever.
On behalf of the neighbors residing on and around Leonard Circle in Vineyard Haven, we thank William Waterway for his assistance in finding a new home for Rupert the rooster.
I want to start off by letting you know that I understand you were probably not the sole decider in the decision to cut the Rebecca Amos Institute (R.
To a former resident and new, occasional visitor, the Vineyard is a special place.
Thank you Steamship Authority and 1:15 pm ferry passengers for waiting for me.
I have been following the Island discussions in the newspaper regarding financial hardships, particularly in Oak Bluffs but in other Island towns as well.
There has been a lot of press recently about delinquent accounts and termination of a basic necessity of life — water — to our homes, by the commissioners at the Tisbury Waterworks.
Anybody familiar with this section of the paper probably saw this one coming.
We have come to Martha's Vineyard from Lawrence Kansas, a university town with a population of less than 100,000.
I find it preposterous that one vote, the deciding vote, by one individual who openly and unashamedly stated he was doing the bidding of a select Oak Bluffs group, has now given us, the MV public users of the roadways, an unwieldy, impractical, accident-producing monstrosity.
Add my name to the list of people opposed to the roundabout.
The latest dispute we expound about/Is whether to build a new roundabout.
Occupy the roundabout.
For 17 years, it has been our joy and privilege to work with almost 2,000 fourth graders in the Martha's Vineyard Public Schools system.
I keep reading over the articles in the Gazette and The Times and wondering if everyone involved with the Coast Guard boathouse is missing the point altogether.
In response to Nis Kildegaard's article,