The ranking veteran on the Oak Bluffs board of selectmen held onto his seat by a whisker yesterday during one the closest races in annual town...

Edgartown Sees Light Turnout; Override Spending Approved By JAMES KINSELLA In an election gripped by calm, Edgartown voters yesterday approved...

Cape Wind Project Snags in Politics on Capitol Hill By IAN FEIN When news broke last Friday that a Congressional committee on Capitol Hill...

Humorist Faces End of His Life with No Qualms By JULIA WELLS WASHINGTON, D.C. - Predictably, the conversation begins with a string of jokes...

Tisbury Voters Agree to Spend, but Argue Long on Sewer Plan By MAX HART After breezing through a 40-minute special town meeting last week,...

Voters at the Oak Bluffs annual town meeting next week will consider a number of articles that could radically alter the design and layout of the...

Town Assessor Serves 30 Years, and Wants More By IAN FEIN Last in a series of profiles leading up to the West Tisbury town election. When...

Hospital Statistics Point to Baby Boomlet By JAMES KINSELLA Gazette Senior Writer Delight courses through Althea D'Antonio's voice as she...

Tax Board Chairman Hangs on to Position Anne Foley Is Under Pressure to Resign Amid Maneuvers on Beacon Hill, but Will Stay on Graham Case By...

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