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Jim and Pam Butterick are delighted to open their home once again for the 5th Annual Evening of Music on the Lagoon.
Our best wishes for a rapid recovery go out to Barbara Cooley Flanders.
Of course, you all know that the best lobster rolls are sold in our town.
It's a fact.
Stay cool at the Vineyard Haven Library.
Martha's Vineyard Workshops present a plein air painting workshop with John Holladay tomorrow from 9 am to 1 pm.
Let freedom ring! Did you happen to be on Main Street at 2 o'clock on the Fourth? Visitors and Islanders were delighted when the shopkeepers, on behalf of the Tisbury Business Association, emerged from their doors at 2 pm to ring assorted bells to mark America's birthday.
Many thanks to physician assistant Anthony Piland for his extraordinary kindness and efficiency in the Emergency Room.
Welcome to our darling granddaughters, Rory and Fiona Mayhew, who arrived this week to brighten our days.
Welcome to Lorna and Stanford Bennett, who are back at Brickman's after waiting three years for a visa.
I used to complain about the gremlins who messed up my column in the past.
Our condolences go out to the family of Dr.
Know anyone interested in training on-Island to become a practical nurse? Meet at Windemere, first floor, tonight at 6:30 pm.
Many friends and relatives came to the Island to take part in the celebration of the wedding of Heather Chapman and Paul Angelastro on Saturday.
Last week I asked whether anyone could tell me more about the beautiful Bradford pear trees along Clough Lane.
Look at these young people who are willing to serve as delegates to the 2011 Youth Leadership Summit for Sustainable Development.
Aren't we enjoying a beautiful spring? Sunshine and warm breezes bring out many happy smiles.
Ladies, are you getting up a little early tomorrow? A great many of my friends are looking forward to seeing the fairy tale princess ride with her prince in a golden horse-drawn carriage.
My husband, Donald Mayhew, is now home and recuperating nicely.
If the town meetings didn't tell you that spring is here, the glorious trees blossoming and pretty flowers appearing all over town should make it clear.