While Island kids slid joyfully down snow-covered hills last week, Cape Wind continued to have rough sledding.

I have to question some of the statements in the recent Gazette article of Jan. 16 on the Hancock-Mitchell House, now being restored at Quansoo.

I’m writing on behalf of my brother, Neil Welch, more commonly known as Apple. Neil was seriously injured in an accident on Nov. 24, 2014. He is...

We had a personal emergency just at the end of the storm last week. In minutes after the call to 911 early Wednesday morning, Tisbury police and...

During this snow siege that we have all endured, I began thinking of the Snow family of Edgartown. The name has disappeared from the annals of...

The cost of our electricity is broken into two separate and distinct parts, supplier charges (around 15 cents) plus delivery charges (around 10 cents...

To see another fabulous shop say goodbye will deprive Vineyard Haven of brilliant window displays rivaled by none, and unique inventory only Daisy...

The Scottish Society of Martha’s Vineyard would like to thank the following for helping make our Burns Night Supper, auction and raffle, such a...

From the Vineyard Gazette edition of Feb. 6, 1948 by Joseph Chase Allen: It is probable that not in many a year has a winter excited so much comment...

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