Shrugging Off Conventional Rules, Miss McCarthy Writes Own Script By MAX HART Ask high school valedictorians around the country what they like...

Offshore Energy Project Eyes Submerged Turbines Near the Middle Ground By JAMES KINSELLA Gazette Senior Writer A development company has...

Cozy Hearth Project Backers to Appeal Hotly Debated Owner-Built Home Plan for Watcha Path Area of Edgartown Will Go to State Housing Board By...

As soon as you meet Jim Cornwell, the adoration he has for his border collies is readily apparent. The baseball cap he wears is decorated by a...

Wearing flower garlands instead of caps and gowns, two girls and three boys were graduated from the Martha's Vineyard Public Charter School on...

Aquinnah Reconvenes Town Meeting By IAN FEIN Aquinnah voters this week will pick up where they left off one month ago and reconvene their...

Cheryl B. Stark, Margery Meltzer Count 40 Years By MAX HART The silver and gold still sparkles in the afternoon sun like it did that summer in...

Time has finally run out for the Nobska, the last coastal steamer in America and the car and passenger vessel that served the Vineyard between 1925...

Students who have attended the Martha's Vineyard Public Charter School since it first opened its doors ten years ago have a nickname - they are...

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