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Just a quick note.
To the Editor,The Fair Committee of the Martha's Vineyard Agricultural Society would like to thank the Martha's Vineyard Preservation Trust for allowing us to stage our parade celebrating the 150th agricultural fair at theGrange Hall.
As seasonal residents of Edgartown, we applaud the efforts to expand cable service to Chappy.
In the 21st Century, high speed internet is a utility.
You are the key to getting cable service to Chappaquiddick.
I attended the Oak Bluffs selectmen's meeting on September 6 and was totally appalled at the suggestion made by the finance committee to dismiss the three-person staff of the Senior Center and replace it with a staff of one person — a coordinator they called it — with the rest of the staff just volunteers.
When I was 17, my Aunt Marcia took me to have my ears pierced in Vineyard Haven and then purchased a lovely pair of hammered gold earrings from Mark Lender, a goldsmith on Main Street.
I spent a wonderful weekend this summer at Martha's Vineyard, which was lovely and unforgettable.
The Times discovered this weekend that hackers had molested the newspaper's website,
Jerome "Buddy" Healy died early Friday morning, September 9, surrounded by his loving family and partner, at Massachusetts General Hospital from complications resulting from a recent surgery.
A ceremony to bury the cremains of Herbert Isaacs will he held at 12 noon on Wednesday, September 21, at Oak Grove Cemetery in Vineyard Haven.
Gardner Winston Baldwin of Vineyard Haven died Wednesday, September 7, 2011, at the Martha's Vineyard Hospital.
The Chilmark School will add an additional K/1 classroom and two new staff members, this year.
West Tisbury School is off to a fresh start with new renovations and changes in organization and staff.
As an alumnus and new principal of Tisbury School, John Custer knows the school recognizes each student's individual talents.
MVRHS principal Stephen Nixon calls for students and parents to get involved.
Martha's Vineyard school superintendent James Weiss describes changes, challenges in the new year.
I realize I am not much of a public speaker, but I'm working on that skill.