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I'm late asking, but how did Peter Shepardson get that very appealing photo (MV Times, September 16) of four pretty, cute raccoons peeking through tree branches? Were they people in realistic masks? Impressed me very much.
I am writing In favor of the proposed fishing pier In Oak Bluffs.
Wind power has important advantages that received no attention in your editorial of 23 September 2010.
Who's the genius who decided to dredge the Gut during the derby and string dredging booms all along its length? Must be the same brilliant mind that scheduled the closing of the inside of Big Bridge, and who found a way not to re-cut the trail to the Chappy side of the breach, and burned down the Menemsha wharf, and advises Diane Sawyer in her single-handed war on fishermen.
This weekend, I reviewed the Martha's Vineyard TV (Channel 13) video recorded 11 August 2010, at the Old Whaling Church, of the M.
The MCAS scores that measured how well our children are doing in school were released last week.
Martha's Vineyard business leaders who credit successful branding with helping them develop their companies will be the focus of a panel discussion on Tuesday, October 5 at the Harbor View Hotel presented by the Martha's Vineyard Women's Network.
My family and I would like to wholeheartedly thank police Chief Bettencourt, fire Chief Peter Shemeth, the Edgartown Police Department and the Edgartown Fire Department for their timely and effective response to the fire at our house early Monday morning, caused by an act of arson.
Caring for a pet can be an expensive proposition, particularly on Martha's Vineyard where costs for any type of medical care run above the national average.
Many Islanders regard fall and winter as their favorite seasons, and outdoor fire pits can help hosts continue to entertain well into the colder months.
"Built on Stilts," can I just say what a great job you did yet again.
Jacqueline Pimentel, 59, died at her home on Clevelandtown Road in Edgartown on October 2, 2009.
I have followed with interest the recent articles and online comments on the issue of road closures during hurricane Earl.
Most readers of these pages will by now be aware that a public fishing pier has been proposed to be located in Oak Bluffs between the Steamship pier and the Oak Bluffs harbor jetty.
Thanks so much to the Island community for joining us at the recent Wintertide Coffeehouse Reunion Concert, for the benefit of the Alexandra Gagnon Teen Center.
Congratulations to the entire eighth grade and Karl Nelson, their eighth grade science teacher, on bringing honor and distinction to the West Tisbury School.
Congratulations Karl Nelson, your 8th grade science class scored number one in the state with MCAS.
The best was saved for us.
I am writing this letter in regards to the resignation of David Babson, former manager of The Trustees of the Reservations (TTOR) on Norton Point and Chappy.