As they entered the Serving Hands Food Distribution late last week, Islanders were confronted with a notice: Supplemental Nutrition Assistance...
In honor of Veterans Day, the Gazette has excerpted oral history interviews conducted by Linsey Lee as part of the Martha’s Vineyard Museum’s exhibit...
The Animal Shelter of Martha’s Vineyard has lost one of its own. The one-eyed black tom cat who prowled or, more accurately of late, limped around...
Congratulations to Island libraries. The Library Journal is out with its annual ratings and both the Vineyard Haven and West Tisbury libraries are...
A group of about 15 volunteers gather at the edge of the peach orchard just past the farmstand parking lot of Morning Glory Farm. Some stomp their...
Tonight marks the 20th annual barnraisers ball, and just like the first one in 1994 the event is free. Johnny Hoy and the Bluefish will play. Bring...
By the year 2020 one-quarter of the Vineyard will be over the age of 65. By the year 2025 that number is expected to jump to 30 per cent, according...
The owner of an animal rescue program wants to rent the vacant Oak Bluffs dog pound and use it to keep rescued dogs who are waiting for new homes.
The dearth of dogs at the Animal Shelter of Martha’s Vineyard has been corrected by the arrival of Jackie and his mother, Lady. Lady is a black...

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