Oak Bluffs police are investigating the unauthorized removal of a 35-foot-tall catalpa tree on the corner of Grove and Ocean avenues in Ocean Park.
The West Tisbury Library received a five-star rating and the Edgartown Library received three stars from Library Journal.
A Newton-based developer has purchased two adjacent quarter-acre Edgartown properties that include the storied Dairy Queen building for $2.8 million.
Carolina wrens were counted in large numbers during the annual Christmas Bird Count. There were more people too on beaches and trails.
There is perhaps a new way for beachcombers to classify their findings during a walk along the shore.
Abe Harold Courtney was born at 4:47 a.m. on Jan. 2 at the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital, the first baby of the new year on the Vineyard. Abe weighed 8...
After months of planning and debate, comprehensive coronavirus testing is due to begin this week in Martha’s Vineyard public schools.
An unusual gathering of three planets can be viewed low in the southwestern sky soon after sunset. Jupiter, Saturn and Mercury are forming a tight...
The last day of 2020 brought 21 new positive coronavirus tests on the Island — likely the highest number of Covid-19 cases reported in a single day...
A year unlike any other, 2020 brought with it sweeping change and challenges normally only felt on a geological time scale, all cast in a global...
The Steamship Authority cancelled two midday trips on its Vineyard route Wednesday after an employee assigned to the M/V Martha’s Vineyard tested...
An edited selection from Gazette nature editorials in the past year.

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