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From 1995 to 2000, Mildred H.
There was a meeting at the Chilmark Community Center Sunday night about Cape Wind and our energy future.
The August 5 edition of The Times featured both an article and an editorial describing the desperate need and formidable challenges of providing safe and functional bicycling routes on the Island.
After reading the recent articles concerning bike paths on the Vineyard, I might make a couple of suggestions.
To the Oak Bluffs selectmen, please deny the approval of rental three-wheeled vehicles in our town.
The fishing community on the Vineyard needs to be aware that they are losing an outstanding fishing friend and supporter.
It's no secret that the baby boomer generation has influenced this country in areas from pop culture to politics and the economy.
"Remembering Albion Hart in the Campgrounds" a celebration of his life, will begin at The Hart Garden at the Tabernacle in Oak Bluffs, Sunday, August 22, at 4 pm.
World War II veteran Henry J.
Sun-baked beach folk who needed a sweet fix were in for a treat Saturday afternoon at the First Congregational Church in West Tisbury.
James "Jim" Eddy Maveety of Vineyard Haven died Thursday, August 5, 2010 at Falmouth Hospital.
Lawrence Joseph (Joe) Norris, 45, of Martha's Vineyard, passed away peacefully August 6 at Massachusetts General Hospital, after a brief illness.
The West Tisbury Parks and Recreation Committee should be commended for their professionalism and wisdom in amicably resolving a potentially inflammatory dog-related problem at Lambert's Cove Beach.
Robert Howard Edwards, 95, a native of Oak Bluffs died on Sunday, August 8, 2010 at Windemere in Oak Bluffs, where he had resided for the past several years.
On Sunday from 7 am to 1 pm, some 600 hungry Islanders headed to the Edgartown waterfront to feast on a pancake breakfast hosted by the Rotary Club of Martha's Vineyard.
Thank you for publishing my letter last week regarding the forum at the Chilmark Center this past Sunday to discuss the 166 wind turbines proposed by Gov.
We arrived at our grandfather's house at 84 William Street in Vineyard Haven last Sunday night at about 11 pm.
The nonprofit Martha's Vineyard Center for Living (formerly the Island Council on Aging) hosts a Summer Bazaar and Fancy Fleas this Saturday, August 14, at the M.