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This is a copy of a letter to the Edgartown selectmen.
The past few weeks, I've been sucked into the comments of the mvtimes.
The lobstermen of Martha's Vineyard have great concerns about new lobster management proposals to be presented at your meeting on March 21, 2011.
Thank you to the EMS, fire department, police department, ambulance, Martha's Vineyard Hospital, and everyone that came to help me Saturday night, after
The American Cancer Society's Daffodil Days 2011 is behind us and you [Islanders] have purchased 1,110 bunches.
I would like to thank you and the staff of The Martha's Vineyard Times for your continued support of the All-Island Spelling Bee.
I would like to clarify some apparent misunderstandings about the Martha's Vineyard Commission (MVC) assessments, reported on in an article in the March 17 MV Times.
Recently public meetings were held in New Bedford for siting wind turbines in 3,000 square miles of federal waters off Massachusetts, encompassing traditional fishing grounds.
On March 16, Martha's Vineyard Regional High School held its second annual Wellness Day.
The 11th annual Martha's Vineyard Film Festival was by far our best festival to date.
I've sent this letter to Senator John Kerry.
I've sent this letter to the Edgartown selectmen.
I heard of Jon Lipsky's death at about 4 pm, Saturday, March 19.
Whether you believe in baby showers before the baby arrives or a "Sip & See" tea party afterward, showers are a necessity these days to help new parents get started with all the things needed to bring home baby.
•Venues: Beach Plum Inn; The Mansion House; The Wharf; The Space (Edg.
There will be a potluck celebration of the life of Arthur Cormier from 12 noon to 3 pm on Sunday, March 20, at the P-A Club in Oak Bluffs.
On February 23, 25 members of the Irish History class at Martha's Vineyard Regional High School and six chaperones left for a great adventure in Ireland.
Shakespeare for the Masses posted an announcement for its upcoming show on Facebook.
You don't have to go to Southie to get green beer and hear Irish music today. So far, the line-up of celebrations includes Seasons, The Newes, and Offshore Ale.