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I could barely contain my excitement when the Y opened its doors last spring.
Christmas 2011 and the birth of a new tradition — support our Island businesses.
I am very saddened to hear that the Island schools have discontinued the Fourth Grade Theater Project.
The Tisbury selectmen did Officer Fiske a favor by
I am appalled at the Tisbury Police Department, at the way they are
Three years ago, several hundred Chappaquiddick residents petitioned the Edgartown selectmen to support efforts to provide cable service to our island.
As an Edgartown taxpayer, I would like to add my support for universal coverage for all of Martha's Vineyard, via the Island-wide Comcast contract.
I am a Chappaquiddick resident who has been waiting for many years to have Comcast provide us with cable coverage.
Comcast's decision to ignore the residents Chappaquiddick, while unethical, can at least be rationalized on economic terms.
It is common knowledge that when young people need help they typically seek out their friends for advice and support.
On November 5, the Island community turned out in full force to help the Community Solar Greenhouse of Martha's Vineyard (COMSOG) raise our new and much-needed greenhouse roof.
I would like to make a minor correction to
MVRHS students celebrated Homecoming 2011 last Saturday, Nov. 12.
The House is preparing to act this week on legislation to restrict parole eligibility for habitual, violent offenders, a key committee chairman said Monday, just days after an appeal by the family of a crime victim urged the House to take action on the proposal before a seven-week recess that begins Wednesday.
Selectmen in both towns vote unanimously to take legal action on the controversial decision.
Legislative leaders huddled late Tuesday night discussing last-minute questions surrounding casino gambling legislation that appeared poised to head to Gov.
As the designated regional Veterans Day observance site, Oak Bluffs held Veterans Day parade and ceremony to honor those who served our country.
"Right now, the building is being lifted, as we speak," said Mike Santoro, co-owner of The Lookout.
Herbert "Jesse" James Jr.