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The state Division of Marine Fisheries (DMF) urges mariners to use caution in the coastal waters around Martha's Vineyard where two pairs of mother and calf right whales are feeding.
I was born and raised here, and am currently a resident of Tisbury.
We live and work in Vineyard Haven, and we are in support of beer and wine.
A typical Vineyard spring season has arrived with the colder temperatures and rain we have been having.
As spring fills the air with the new arrival of life and energy, Vineyard Haven is calling for our help.
When I first moved to the Vineyard in the seventies, Vineyard Haven was the year-round town that you saw your friends at when you shopped.
I am a sixth grade student living in California who comes to Martha's Vineyard every summer.
To the Editor: If the citizens of Tisbury open the door to alcohol sales even a tiny crack, we invite nothing less than the demise of 300 years of tranquility.
I don't enjoy being stirred into the same pot as some landlords that a few of the Letters to the Editor have portrayed in the last few weeks.
The proposed connector road has been planned for some time, and the town has been asked to approve several stages.
I want to thank you for sponsoring me for the Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington DC from May 30 to June 6.
One of the best parts of my day is the walk-around-the-yard assessment.
On Easter evening, April 4, an unassuming great woman left us.
After two years of fundraising, four months of evening, Saturday and Sunday rehearsals, and months of intricate planning and coordination, 28 MVRHS Minnesingers and their chaperones boarded the ferry in Vineyard Haven bound for Prague in the Czech Republic.
Iris "Fi" Iacono 89 of Palm Harbor, Fla.
You don't need to have fancy equipment or know much about the technical side of photography in order to enjoy Vineyard photographer Peter Simon's workshop, just enthusiasm and a desire to learn.
It was no surprise, really, that over 200 people jammed the P-A club last Friday night to support Brenda Lehman of Oak Bluffs in her fight against breast cancer.
In times of financial constraint, capitalizing on quirkiness is often the best strategy.