Coastal resources contribute roughly $1.5 million a year to the Oak Bluffs economy, according to a town-commissioned study unveiled last week.

Herbicide spraying on West Chop and near the Edgartown-Vineyard Haven Road could begin as early as Friday, after the state pesticide board voted last...

After a summer of tension over beach closures to vehicles to protect nesting shorebirds, Vineyard fishermen weighed in with concerns.

More than 15 years ago, Fred B. Morgan Jr. drove out to Ocean Heights in Edgartown. What he saw helped set in motion the Island’s largest affordable...

It began as a bicycle race. Forty years later Tivoli Day is the end-of-summer celebration of Oak Bluffs. There are no bike races any more, but there...

Eyes of the Island, an exhibit featuring 40 years of Vineyard Gazette photography, runs from Sept. 24 until Oct. 22 at Featherstone Center for the...

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News Briefs

The Federated Church of Edgartown has been honored with a special resolution passed by the state legislature.

West Tisbury selectmen Wednesday appointed Anthony Cordray as the town’s new animal control officer.

Shelter manager Lisa Dawley and volunteer cat socializer Missy saved the life of a eight-week-old kitten that was at death’s door.

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