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Change and its puzzling implications

I can't remember ever having written a letter to a newspaper since I had a part time copywriter job for the Bethlehem Globe Times while in college.

Martha’s Vineyard Museum launches Island Faces portrait contest

The portraits can be a painting, drawing, or photograph, and they will be displayed at the Pease House Board Room Gallery at the museum.

Anita W. Vivian

Anita "Tita" Willis Vivian died peacefully at her home in Vineyard Haven on Monday evening, November 21, surrounded by her family and caregivers.

Cinderella, Beauty and the Beast staged in Tisbury, Oak Bluffs

Two down-Island schools pull out all the stops for their fall theater productions.

For the love of the sport

The Martha's Vineyard Arena, in collaboration with the Rocksprings Foundation, thanks everyone who attended the free skating clinic this past weekend.

Thanks from the Boys and Girls Club

Thank you to everyone who came out to Wingfest 2011 at Sharky's Cantina in Edgartown on Saturday, November 12.

The Dems’ view of deficit reduction

Our goal in writing this letter to Sen.

Comcast on Chappy

We support and want Comcast to provide service to Chappy.

Chappy needs Comcast service

We desperately need Comcast on Chappy.

Comcast needed

I am writing to express my support of Comcast providing cable service to Chappaquiddick, as a resident of Chappy.

Comcast must fulfill its obligation

I would like to add my voice to those expressing a very strong desire to have Comcast service available to those living on Chappaquiddick.

No need for federal action

With the Telecommunications Act of 1996 Congress endorsed a national goal to provide critical communication services to areas that are not currently being served.

Legislators should do our business in the open too

The League of Women Voters of Martha's Vineyard supports the expansion of the state's open-meeting law to the state Senate and House of Representatives.

Let the green table continue

I recently visited the Oak Bluffs dump for recycling and was surprised to hear that the very green free table was no longer to be in existence.

Chappy get a clue

When are the people of Chappaquiddick going to get a clue? Your little cul-de-sac of a neighborhood will not get anything from the town of Edgartown unless it directly benefits the majority of the town of Edgartown.

Not rocket science

I read the article in the M.

Ban this, ban that

First they banned the other towns' people from the beach, and I didn't speak out, because I wasn't an out-of-towner.