"I don't know who would want to vote our town out of the commission now," said Oak Bluffs selectman Roger Wey. "It would open up the floodgates."

MVC Power of Review on Housing Projects Upheld in Key Ruling by State Land Court By JULIA WELLS Gazette Senior Writer In a groundbreaking...

Graduates Receive Generous Scholarships By MANDY LOCKE Christmas is coming early this year for 133 graduating seniors at Martha's Vineyard...

Charter School Graduates Two in 2002: Class Praised for Courage, Fortitude By ALEXIS TONTI At a different kind of graduation this weekend,...

Echoes of Sept. 11 followed the solemn marchers in the Memorial Day veterans' parade on Monday. More participants joined, and more flags were hung...

National Labor Board Sets Stage for Vote on Union in Community Services Dispute By MANDY LOCKE The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) set...

Historic Chappaquiddick Farm Preserved in Unique Partnership By JULIA WELLS The preservation of a historic farmstead, a new partnership...

House Delays SSA Vote; Island Political Maneuvers Press New Bedford Case By JULIA WELLS Gazette Senior Writer An acrimonious political...

It was a victory for bar owners in Oak Bluffs and patrons who prefer a nicotine chaser with their drinks. Smoking is back.

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