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Supporting Davis for clerk

To the Editor:On Nov. 6, voters will decide who will succeed Joe Sollitto's 42-year tenure as clerk of courts. T. George Davis, the Democratic...

Hot summer for Windemere

To the Editor:Summer is over and fall has arrived. The residents of Windemere had a wonderful summer! Trips to the Tabernacle, the Ag Fair,...

Season’s eatings

To the Editor:The Island Food Pantry expresses great thanks to all of the seasonal residents and businesses who have donated season-end food over the...

Justice wasn’t served

To the Editor:On Sept. 27, Americans witnessed a crime being committed before a huge TV audience, although no one will ever be prosecuted. The...

Community rallied to the cause

To the Editor:Thank you to the more than 50 community members from across the Island who joined the Island Disability Coalition (IDC) on Oct....

Davis is most qualified candidate

To the Editor:I write to share the following with the voters of Dukes County:One afternoon last spring, I received a call from a gentleman...

Racing to success

To the Editor:The Gay Head 10K Committee would like to thank everyone who helped to make the sixth annual Gay Head 10K, a Race...

Justice wasn’t served

To the Editor:On Sept. 27, Americans witnessed a crime being committed before a huge TV audience, although no one will ever be prosecuted. The...

Fenced in from the light

To the Editor:As the fall sun patterns reveal themselves, they expose yet another dark side of the Land Bank fence at Tradewinds, literally. We...

Oh baby, start saving for college at birth

Starting Jan. 1, 2020, every child born or adopted as a Massachusetts resident will be eligible for a free $50 deposit into a college...

Question 1 would hurt MVH

To the Editor:You have probably seen TV commercials defending both sides of the debate on Question 1. This ballot question proposes strict nurse staffing...

Yes on 3

To the Editor:Please join me in voting yes on Ballot Question 3 on Nov. 6. A yes vote preserves the protections that Massachusetts passed...

U.U. Church hosts discussion on white privilege

The Unitarian Universalist Church on Upper Main Street in Vineyard Haven hosts a discussion on white privilege on Wednesday, Oct. 24, at 6:30 pm....

October is National Farm to School Month

Since 2015, Massachusetts legislators and school advocates have celebrated a Farm to School Day at the State House, joining the national movement to bring...

Farm Neck Foundation seeking grant applicants

The Farm Neck Foundation seeks applicants for its 2018 grants. Island nonprofit organizations whose goal is to improve the quality of life in the...

BiodiversityWorks at the Chilmark library

Kayla Smith and Liz Baldwin of BiodiversityWorks will be at the Chilmark library on Oct. 24 at 5 pm, presenting on the organization’s beach...

Brainstorm and troubleshoot your Halloween costume

Not sure what you are going to be this year? Is your costume in need of some help? Does your ghost look like a...

Annual Wooden Fish Painting Class

On Saturday, Oct. 20, from 2 to 4 pm, join artists Julie Prazich and Sara Rosenthal, at the West Tisbury library for the annual...

Charlotte Grace Simmons

Christina Simmons and Wade Simmons of West Tisbury announce the birth of a daughter, Charlotte Grace Simmons, on Oct. 15, 2018, at Martha’s Vineyard...

Arayah Faith Sweeney

Brianna Smith and Zachary Sweeney of Edgartown announce the birth of a daughter, Arayah Faith Sweeney, on Oct. 10, 2018, at Martha’s Vineyard Hospital....