The Rev. Dr. Leo Christian had found a welcoming community in his new position as pastor of the First Baptist Church in Vineyard Haven and the Gay...
Recent efforts to restrict moped rentals on the Island follow 40 years of moped debate on the Island, with serious moped accidents often followed by...
With the Wildflower Court wing of Windemere slated to close, Islanders expressed deep concern for current residents and for the Island's elderly in...
Dr. Robert Moore, the first full time director of the Martha’s Vineyard Public Charter School, announced this week that he will retire after 20 years...
A survey of more than 800 students shows underage drinking on the Vineyard is down, but marijuana use is higher than state and national averages.
It occurs to me, at the end of black history month that the first black President’s frequent visits overshadow the many firsts accomplished by a...
The following cases were heard in Edgartown district court.
A Gazette editorial in February of 1996 noted that a quiet revolution was underway in the Island’s public school educational landscape.
Edgartown selectmen declined to add a non-binding referendum to the ballot asking voters if they wanted Community Preservation Act funds to be...

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