Here are the 10 stories from Martha's Vineyard that received the most traffic on during 2014:

1. ABC Family's reality series set on Martha's Vineyard is not renewed for a second season.  (Reality Bites: ABC Family and Martha's Vineyard Break Up,  March 12, 2014.)

2. President Obama takes his summer vacation on the Vineyard for a fifth year. Though he was rarely in the public eye, the Gazette maintained a running blog of his visit. (Obama Visit '14, August 2014.)

3. Cable Network HGTV offers a peek at the Katama home it will give away in a sweepstakes. (HGTV Dream Home has Edgartown Address, Oct. 2, 2014.)

4. Thanks to quick response by an assistant harbor master, a man who drove his truck into the harbor is rescued.  (Man Pulled Safely From Harbor After Driving Truck Off Chappy Ferry Ramp, May 26, 2014.)

5. A respected Vineyarder is the victim of a random crime in California, and the Island mourns his loss.  (Island Stunned at News of Death of Pat Gregory, May 17, 2014.)

6. The Martha's Vineyard Airport is at the center of an employee lawsuit. (Workplace Dispute Puts Airport in the Spotlight,  Feb. 20, 2014.)

7. Museum of African American History and Culture announces it will feature Oak Bluffs.  (Smithsonian Celebrates History of African Americans in Oak Bluffs,  Feb. 4, 2014.)

8. After a protracted review by the Martha's Vineyard Commission, Stop & Shop abruptly ends its bid to enlarge its Vineyard Haven store. (Stop & Shop Withdraws Expansion Plan, May 8, 2014.)

9. In a surprise announcement, the MVRHS principal steps down after six years. (High School Principal Stephen Nixon Resigns, April 28, 2014.)

10. Longtime superintendent of the State Forest dies at 55. (John Varkonda Was Faithful Steward of the State Forest, Jan. 1, 2014.)