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Adding to the wonder of October is the changing foliage. Leaves have begun to show their true fall colors

swans on Sengekontacket Pond, Martha's Vineyard

I’m loving the change in the weather. I spent all of last rainy Sunday organizing my greenhouse. It is full of geraniums, mandevillas and begonias...

A male black-throated gray warbler was found Oct. 8 near Squibnocket Pond. It is the sixth time this species has been observed on the Vineyard.

A planned solar array on land owned by the Oak Bluffs water district remains in the slow lane as developers prepare to return to the Martha’s...

A state-ordered shellfish closure due to toxic algae blooms was extended to Martha’s Vineyard late Sunday. All Island ponds and harbors are closed to...

The Vineyard Gazette’s series on coastal ponds was recognized with an award for outstanding journalism this week by the New England Newspaper and...

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