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George Sydney Pease died unexpectedly in his Plymouth home on July 21.
Mildred Holland Bland died in Boston on July 23.
Menemsha Pond remains closed to all shellfishing.
When Rick and Marge Willoughby were high school sweethearts, they played hooky to go to Rockport and visit art galleries.
Pietro Maya O.
The first oil field was discovered at Prudhoe Bay on March 12, 1968, by Atlantic Richfield Company (ARCO) and Exxon.
Like many other people, I was shocked by the death of Dina Decceca.
The fire on July 12, which rapidly engulfed the historic Coast Guard boathouse in Menemsha Harbor, was disastrous.
Georgia Ellis Ireland, late of 190 South Road in Chilmark, passed away at the Elizabeth Residence in Bayside, Wisconsin, on February 28, 2010.
To the Editor:It is with sadness that we are all were made aware of the bike accident that claim the life of a young mother in Vineyard Haven.
Thank you to everyone who helped put out the boat house fire on July 12.
Madeline "Bobby" E.
It is time everyone took a good look at the picturesque town of West Tisbury with its farmlands, lush greenery, flowers for sale, homemade road signs and unique businesses — quaint little town with many distractions to the eye, beautiful flowers growing in our greenhouses, chairs hanging from trees, balloons pointing the way to a summer BBQ, freshly baked pies for the taking, and flags outside of businesses.
On the second track of Mishka's 2009 album Above the Bones, the international reggae sensation announces, "Here comes that train again.
To the Editor:Given the traffic and accidents on Martha's Vineyard due to increased traffic in the summer, I do not understand why traffic lights are not installed.
To the Editor:Many consumers on the Cape and Martha's Vineyard have received an offer from Dominion Retail to "Lock-in a Low, Fixed, Electricity Price.
I was blessed to have the opportunity today, Friday July 16, to enjoy several hours at Moshup's Trail Beach at Aquinnah, taking in the sun, sand, and surf.
In the coming year the Vineyard and Gosnold communities will be deciding what kind of wind energy development we want, both on land and offshore in state and federal waters.
I am very proud of our community for coming together to build a "better hospital.