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Downtown Oak Bluffs looks beautiful.
To the Editor:We all owe a debt of gratitude to Morning Glory Farm for their leadership in exploring the virtues of wind-generated energy.
Once again, it is the time of year to give thanks to those who have worked to improve our community by being caring and supportive with our young people.
It is not often that an evening lecture at the West Tisbury Free Public Library begins with a warning about the graphic nature of the event.
As a member of POINT (Protect Our Islands Now for Tomorrow), I have been trying to learn ways to a smarter renewable energy plan — ones that won't create ecologic havoc with no concomitant benefit to ratepayers, taxpayers or, indeed, anybody except those who will gain financially.
The Vineyard Playhouse is dark.
Brownies, chocolate chip cookies, and fresh breads will all be under the Linden Tree on Main Street in Vineyard Haven this Saturday.
In spite of an ominous weather forecast, spirits were high around the track and field oval behind the Martha's Vineyard Regional High School last Friday evening.
Larry Hepler, known to most Islanders as a furniture maker, is also the owner of Energy Conservation Strategies (ECS).
Gilbert "Gilly" Silvia, 77, of Vineyard Haven and a lifelong Island resident, died on June 8 at the McCarthy Care Center in Sandwich.
The following is the board of health response to Gordon Massingham's letter, "Questions for the utility company," published in the June 3 Times.
The point in life is not to slave away for years until the age of 65 and then say, "Phew, glad it's over!" Rather, it is to make sure that we do not die with our music still in us.
Although the newest Island wind turbine startled its neighbors when it rose to its 150-foot height at the popular Morning Glory Farm in Edgartown last week, at 55kw, it's definitely a little guy in the big backyard turbine category.
To the Editor:Nelson Sigelman's recent article about the future cost of electricity generated by Cape Wind, and the fact that Cape Wind intends to sell its power to National Grid (not our electricity provider) further reinforces the Vineyard Power initiative, in my mind.
Shirley Sapin, 83, formerly of West Tisbury, died December 22, 2009, in Maryland.
The Martha's Vineyard Hebrew Center (MVHC) hosted a concert last Sunday with Deborah Strauss and Jeff Warschauer, the Strauss/Warschauer duo, who play Eastern European Jewish music.
To the Editor:Okay, let's hear it now about how a corporation is a person under the law.