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Artist Enos Ray writes of his plans to discover America.
John Milnor Wilbur Jr.
Allison Hillyer Bartlett, 35, of West Tisbury died at her home on September, 22, 2011.
Ronald Morgan Binney of Edgartown, an international architect, died on September 6 at Sandwich of lung cancer complications.
Jerome "Buddy" Healy, 81, died on September 9 at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston.
Betsy Boggess of Katama died Wednesday, September 21, 2011 at Martha's Vineyard Hospital in Oak Bluffs.
There are few plants that create greater visual impact during all four seasons than the flowering crabapple.
Gardner Baldwin of Vineyard Haven died of a heart attack, on Wednesday, September 7, at the Martha's Vineyard Hospital.
A service will be held Saturday, October 1, at 2 pm at the Abel's Hill Cemetery in Chilmark, for Ted Farrow.
In the second week of the Derby no lead is secure.
four cyclists on a wire high in the air.
Rodney Maynard Elden died at Windemere on September 19 in Oak Bluffs at the age of 91.
Just at sunset, 8:18 pm on Sunday, August 7, 2011, Elizabeth Gilmore died, surrounded by her loving husband, her children, her grandchildren, and her dogs.
Catherine Ferreira (1926-2011) died on September 3 at the home of her son and daughter-in-law, Brentford and Claire Ferreira, in Long Beach, California.
Evelyn Ann "Lynn" (Gonsalves) Larkin of Swampscott and formerly of Martha's Vineyard died from a heart attack on Thursday, September 15, at her home surrounded by her family.
The Friends of the Edgartown Free Public Library thank Pat Rose for her years of service and dedication to the Edgartown Library.
9/11 is about that peculiar, primitive, Oriental religion known as Islam, to wit, its militant, violent, jihadist wing, which is, unfortunately, unlikely to be relegated to the ash bin of history anytime soon.
Last year, I was already struck by the crescendo of emotions triggered by the ninth anniversary of the destruction of the World Trade Center Towers.
Nowhere is the proverb "It takes a village to raise a child" more relevant than on our Island, where everyone knows everyone and there's a strong sense of community that makes you feel that we are all looking out for one another.