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The Land Bank – good work, well done, a model

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Budgeting conservatively, the Martha's Vineyard Land Bank expected revenue of a bit more than $5.

Edgartown’s library odyssey lacks focus and suppleness

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As we've repeated often, this page favors libraries.

About the news business – a pre-modern view

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Dan Reimold, a journalism professor at the University of Tampa, wrote the other day to ask for the answers to some questions, as a contribution to a journalism textbook he is preparing.

It’s not about who said what

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The debate continues over online comments.

So far, very good for beer/wine sales in Tisbury

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The record of the first season of beer/wine licensing for Tisbury restaurants conforms to the expectations of most reasonable townspeople.

Bad process, good outcome

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When a good thing happens at an inopportune moment, in an unfortunate way, it's still a good thing.

Who are these people?

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Another year in the hopper.

Bring on 2011

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2010 has been an awkward year, painful in human terms for many, in business terms for others.

For the Comment people, who need it

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'Twas the night before, and the Comment people were still at it.

Looking back down a long line of Christmas trees

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My advancing age is being measured out in store-bought Christmas trees. We bought a Christmas tree from Tea Lane Nurseries again this year. Salty sold us a beautiful Frazier fir, just the right size...

To remember what’s lost and marvel at our good fortune

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What to make of a year like this one? It's been wearing, worrisome, and wildly contentious.

Red Stocking Fund – a mission of unmixed caring for children

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Last Friday, after weeks of shopping, wrapping, packing, and fundraising, Red Stocking joyfully distributed clothing, food, and toys to 419 Vineyard children from 274 families.

No time to be complacent

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The most recent 2009 State of the First Amendment report of the First Amendment Center in Washington is, as most of its predecessors have been, disappointing.

The school system alone cannot combat bullying effectively

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The Martha's Vineyard public schools have moved deliberately to develop and adopt policies that will combat bullying and cyber-bullying, in accord with requirements of a state law approved in May.

The question about the Martha’s Vineyard Commission

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That Edgartown will remove itself from the Martha's Vineyard Commission's (MVC) embrace is unlikely.

Are you Christmas or Hanukkah?

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At my elementary school growing up, the teachers would have us form a long line outside the door before we could enter the school in the morning.

MVC chairman, an Edgartonian, describes agency’s value

As a longtime Edgartown resident, I was surprised to hear news reports that I might be paying more than my share to support the Martha's Vineyard Commission (MVC).

It’s not the pond it might be, but it’s a pond

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Speaking of ponds, as folks in West Tisbury are these days, while they consider what to do, if anything at all, with the Mill Pond, I have in mind a farm pond elsewhere in town.