The Gazette won 34 awards for excellence in journalism across the spectrum, including news reporting, photography and business innovation.

Tisbury firefighters responded to a fire on West Chop Monday morning and found a basement filled with heavy smoke. The fire was quickly contained.

Rep. Dylan Fernandes and Sen. Julian Cyr visited the Island late last week to dole out funds for two key Island programs.

A program at the Oak Bluffs Library offers an opportunity for non-native English speakers to practice in a supportive environment.

The town of West Tisbury continues to await a decision from the Martha’s Vineyard Commission on whether they will be allowed to demolish an abandoned...

Aquinnah police officer David Murphy received a Meritorious Public Service Award from the U.S. Coast Guard Friday for rescuing a man in Menemsha Pond...


News Briefs

The tag line for the annual Martha’s Vineyard 20-mile race taking place on Saturday, Feb. 17 is No Weenies.

George, the young, male tuxedo that was picked up as a stray on Oklahoma avenue in Vineyard Haven has found his forever home.

The chairman of the Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah) introduced U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren before a closely watched speech this week.