Vineyard CROP Walk Is Set for Sunday, Oct. 21 A Vineyard fall tradition, the annual CROP Walk, steps out from St. Augustine’s Church on...
A classic film, by turns funny, sad and profound, Killer of Sheep offers a sympathetic and humane glimpse into inner-city life — and this...
Want to be part of a big peace rally but aren’t interested in traveling to Washington, D.C.? Then go to Boston on Oct. 27. The Out of Iraq...
Prostate Cancer The next meeting of the Martha’s Vineyard Prostate Cancer Support Group will be on Wednesday, Oct. 17, at 10:30 a.m. at...
Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School is exploring whether an opportunity exists to move its sports program, including football, to the...
A walk down Vineyard Haven’s leaf-strewn Main street this week, with the rain-stained shingles of shopfronts announcing clearance sales and...
Faith Community Church of Edgartown recently called the Rev. Jeffrey Winter to be the interim pastor. Reverend Winter is a graduate of...
CHILDREN LEFT BEHIND Editors, Vineyard Gazette: Is the Island’s special needs education program in need of special attention? Our...
By LYNNE IRONS I use a typewriter to write this column. I really like the sound and feel of the old-fashioned typewriter. People make fun...

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