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On behalf of the trustees of the West Tisbury Free Public Library, our heartfelt thanks to the voters of West Tisbury for their overwhelming show of support at town meeting and at the polls last week.
As a frequent Island visitor and someone who knows how much my daughter's family enjoys the Family Center, I am extremely disappointed in the school committee's
The headline in the April 13 edition of the Vineyard Gazette, "West Tisbury Backs Library, Dredging," declared that voters overwhelmingly backed a dredging plan for the manmade Mill Pond.
A properly designed, single-lane roundabout is leaps and bounds better than a traffic signal for safety and flow, for all.
Lucile "Toots" Chapman Richards died peacefully on April 16 at the Hospice Inn at St.
Gary Lee Zwicky of Oak Park, Illinois, died on Easter Sunday, April 8, at his home at Belmont Village in Oak Park after a hard-fought battle with Parkinson's disease.
Jean Morgan Bryant died April 3, 2012 at Martha's Vineyard Hospital.
Sheryl Jaynes-Andrews died April 12, 2012, in Nashville, Tennessee, of lymphoma.
Joseph "Ray" Worrell died at home in Vineyard Haven on Wednesday, April 11, 2012.
Lynn Adams Langmuir of Chestnut Hill, died at the age of 60 on April 2 after a courageous 12-year battle against breast cancer.
Naylee Ann Webster died on March 27 surrounded by her family and loving friends.
John Wirth Ebbs, an electrical engineer who in his free time served on community boards, sang in choruses, enjoyed photography, and above all, spent time with his family and his many friends, died peacefully of complications from strokes on Friday, March 16, 2012 on Martha's Vineyard.
As a resident and farmer of West Tisbury, I am writing to show my support of the town of West Tisbury's warrant to allow beer and wine sales in restaurants seating 50 or more guests.
By way of introduction, we have worked at State Road since it opened and, before that, some of us worked with Mary and Jackson Kenworth at their restaurants in Oak Bluffs.
I thank everyone who came to the "Celebrating the Art of Stan Murphy" slide show on Sunday, April 1, and made the program a success.
I always enjoy reading the town columns each week and finding out all the news around the Island.
There was a kindness to her smile and sweetness to her face and a softness to her tone of speech and a twinkle in her eye.
I have just returned from a vacation in the U.
I have stopped watching the news because it is so depressing, but once again a Vineyarder — I don't know why I'm surprised — has restored my faith in humanity.