Island bars and restaurants were jumping this past Labor Day weekend, but police from Aquinnah to Oak Bluffs reported most people were on their...
Driven by 23 foreclosures in Vineyard Haven during the first half of 2007, Island home foreclosure activity rose from 17 in 2006 to 40 for...
By Henry Beetle Hough. From the Vineyard Gazette editions of September, 1982: “Don’t you think Tracy must have been the murderer?” “...
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The breeze in the air on Friday, the last day of August, brought with it a hint of fall. The afternoon was clear and warm, but the wind felt cool...
Edgartown’s venerable landmark hotel, the Harbor View Hotel, will close later this month for extensive renovations, probably not to reopen...
It is almost the end of berry-hunting season, and that’s a pity. Berry picking offers an opportunity to enjoy songbirds, osprey and honking Canada...
p> The SSA has sunk low in displaying large gaudy advertising “art” in the new ferry. As usual, business interests, largely indifferent to values...
A flinty sun was dropping brilliantly, taking the temperature with it as the countdown to show time began Friday evening in the outdoor horse ring...
Martha's Vineyard plays a special role in the history and culture of African Americans in this nation. Although there are instances of racial...

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