Chamber Awards Now that the Emmys are over, it’s time for the Martha’s. The Martha’s Vineyard Chamber of Commerce will hold its third...
The Social Security Administration has stopped making monthly visits to the Island, leaving the people who live here with no option but to...
white house bungalow
A 1920s bungalow in Edgartown is slated to be torn down, the town selectmen learned this week. Norman Rankow, a well-known contractor...
With sea level rise at our doorstep and storms chomping away at the shoreline it’s time to rethink an economy based largely on seasonal,...
Recently I wrote an article about Angel Flight Northeast that will be published next month in Avalon Magazine. Angel Flight Northeast is...
Nowhere is the proverb “It takes a village to raise a child” more relevant than on our Island where everyone knows everyone and there’s a...
Chasing Liberty From Gazette editions of September, 1986:
CLEAR THE AIR Editors, Vineyard Gazette: West Tisbury selectman Richard Knabel’s piece in the Vineyard Gazette entitled Those Who...
Right now as I drive around the Vineyard, I suddenly feel disoriented and for a moment not sure where I am. I experience this unexpected...

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