All Oak Bluffs roads lead to the lobster hatchery; according to the signs, the first state lobster hatchery ever to be instituted, and this is the...
From the outside the Harbor View Hotel looked pretty much the way it always does.
Gifford’s Store, as most persons of mature age would call it, still stands on the West Tisbury-Edgartown road, which highway developed from the...
The Up-Island towns of Chilmark and Gay Head are now on the dial telephone system, dating from yesterday morning at 7, when the switchers were thrown...
The opening of the new Dukes County Savings Bank last Friday proved to be an event on a national scale.
On Sunday afternoon, a meeting was held in Gay Head of former directors and members of the old Gay Head Improvement Association.
With a virtually unanimous vote by the Martha’s Vineyard Chapter, D.A.R., to make the D.A.R. historical building opposite the courthouse at Edgartown...
Samuel Cronig, best known as Sam, a grocer of Vineyard Haven, bought a box of “gold-coin” chocolates this week, chocolates which are so moulded and...
Vincent’s Paper Store in Vineyard Haven, for generations a landmark at the corner of Main and Center streets, is about to be moved to the Call Block...
For the Vineyard footballers, the outcome of yesterday’s game with Nantucket in a scoreless tie was a moral victory.
Mrs. Albion A. Alley Jr. reeled in a fifty pound bass Monday night, fish­ing at Squibnocket, and this fish may well be a record for woman‘s shore...
It happened again to the Vineyard. New England’s second tropical hurricane, with the code name Edna, struck the Island with its full force on...

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