Sponsored by the Martha’s Vineyard League of Women Voters, a candidates forum on Wednesday evening attracted a sizeable crowd to the Grange Hall in...

In 1991, with the scars of Hurricane Bob still visible on the Island, public safety officials were already looking toward the future. A number of...

Since 1869 Grand Illumination Night has been a summer staple in the Oak Bluffs Camp Grounds. This year the first lantern was lit by Diane Clayton.

The Gazette presents a film clip drawn from two videotapes shot before, during and after Hurricane Bob, which struck the Vineyard 25 years ago this...

Before Hurricane Bob made landfall 25 years ago Friday, Islanders stocked up on ice and batteries, secured their boats and turned on their radios.

Established in 1693, the Gay Head Community Baptist Church is the oldest continuously operating Native American Baptist Church in the country.


News Briefs

The cat room at the animal shelter is filled with orange males.

With record numbers of nests and chicks successfully fledged, 2016 has been a banner year for osprey on Martha’s Vineyard.

Sixteen tennis professionals teamed up with amateur players at the second annual Martha’s Vineyard Community Tennis Pro Am.