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Learning from the earth

There's an ongoing program in the heart of the woods in Aquinnah that can only be described as life-changing.

Energy independence begins with you

The recent disastrous oil accident in the Gulf of Mexico can be a turning point in history.

So many to thank

The members of the MVRHS junior class and the junior class advisors would like to deeply thank all those who have donated time and money to our fundraising efforts this year.

Open hearts for addiction’s victims

Addiction is a very misunderstood subject and a devastating disease many of our Islanders suffer, be it directly or indirectly through someone we love.

Anne L. Broome

Anne Lawton Broome, 84, died at her home in Edgartown on Thursday, April 15, of pancreatic cancer.

Q & A (no head)

Nancy Cramer, Shaw Cramer Gallery: Not necessarily.

Noteworthy

Vineyard House, a safe, sober place to live for Islanders in early recovery from substance abuse, invites the community to a potluck dinner and presentation at 6 pm on Thursday, June 3, at the Grange Hall in West Tisbury.

Impossible without you

The "Creating Possibilities" Resource Fair, held on Saturday, May 8, at the MVRHS was organized in hopes of providing easy access to resources that could be supportive to families that include family members with developmental disabilities.

Martha’s Vineyard Museum announces summer schedule

There are 30 educational, informative, and interesting events and exhibits kicking off this summer at the Martha's Vineyard Museum.

“Schooner” by Tom Dunlop and Alison Shaw

"Schooner: Building a Wooden Boat on Martha's Vineyard" by Tom Dunlop, photographs by Alison Shaw, Vineyard Stories, July 1, 2010.

Love requited

I would like to thank the Martha's Vineyard community for coming out in force for my fundraiser.

Gratifying experience

Adult and Community Education of Martha's Vineyard (ACE MV) recently completed it's first humanitarian travel/service project in Nicaragua.

H. Stanley Hart II

Last Saturday morning, May 15, H.

Remembering Gibby

Several Harley riders gathered at the P-A Club in Oak Bluffs on Saturday before heading out on a scavenger hunt in memory of John Gibson, who died in March after a motorcycle accident in Florida.

Edward Duart

Edward Duart, 61, died Sunday, May 16, 2010 at his home in Carver.

Helping out Heather

Heather Jardin's friends — some 200 strong — turned out at the Portuguese-American Club on Friday night to help out Heather, 29, who is battling leukemia for the second time.

How Oak Bluffs has spent CPA money

To the Editor:There were public comments about the spending of the Oak Bluffs community preservation committee at the Oak Bluffs annual town meeting that I would like to clarify.

The Rev. Spinney moves off

The Reverend Roger Spinney, pastor of the Baptist churches in Vineyard Haven and Aquinnah for the past 14 years, will move to Falmouth at the end of the month and take up new responsibilities as chaplain with Hospice of the Cape & Islands.

Benjamin S. Rosenbaum

Benjamin Seth Rosenbaum, 26, of Portsmouth, N.

What’s up with the Y

We are anxiously waiting for the grand opening of the YMCA.