The house which has now become the editorial office of the Vineyard Gazette is an old one.
New England Weather! There was never anything like it! There still isn't!
Everything that could be said about spring was said last year, not to mention some years before last year, but spring is again a favorite topic.
As surely as winter sets in and the weather becomes cold and uncomfortable, there is talk of eel stifle among Vineyarders.
Parties are different on the Island in February. There’s an almost imperceptible clouding of the atmosphere; a tincture of desperation underlies the...
The idea of electric power and lights for Chilmark is revived by the sight of tall poles being set on Abel’s Hill, with the telephone cables carried...
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...
From the Vineyard Gazette edition of Jan. 30, 1942: The blue and gold and green Vineyard summer came alive in the midst of a New York winter last...
There is only one person on the Island, so far as we can learn, who has subscribed for the Vineyard Gazette ever since it was founded in 1846.

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