The Vineyard Gazette celebrates its 175th anniversary Friday at a time of extraordinary change for community newspapers across America.
5:23 pm, May 13, 2021
West Tisbury voters will decide on a $300,000 general override to offset the town’s $20 million budget, when the annual town meeting and special election are held next week.
4:21 pm, May 13, 2021
Town improvements, deferred capital projects and a flurry of bylaw amendments top the agenda when Oak Bluffs voters convene their annual town meeting Saturday beneath the historic Tabernacle.
4:19 pm, May 13, 2021
Today, May 14, marks exactly 175 years since the first issue of the Vineyard Gazette was published.
2:40 pm, May 13, 2021
I’m writing in opposition to article 6 on the West Tisbury town warrant which would authorize the development of an affordable housing project on town owned land on the corner of State Road and Lambert’s Cove Road.
2:34 pm, May 13, 2021
In your editorial Noisy Woods Hole, you wrote that the Steamship Authority in the peak summer months has “not expanded service despite pressure to do so.”
2:33 pm, May 13, 2021
We applaud the Martha’s Vineyard chiefs of police association for its vision and proactive coordination in establishing a need for implicit bias training and seeking a preeminently qualified and experienced training team from Hilliard Heintze to facilitate sessions on Island May 4-6.
2:31 pm, May 13, 2021
From the May 10, 1946 edition of the Gazette:
2:27 pm, May 13, 2021
Phyllis Meras turned 90 on May 10, and along with her official title as contributing editor at the Gazette, she holds the unofficial title of oldest living employee at the paper.
2:17 pm, May 13, 2021