The first baby of the new year arrived Saturday. Rocco Robert Fiorito was born at the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital on Jan. 11 at 10:26 a.m. He is the...

The celebrated New York Times outdoor columnist and paratrooper who parachuted into Normandy during World War II, died Saturday.

On Friday, at their first assembly as a unified student body since the spring of 2019, nearly 300 Tisbury School students cheered and clapped when...

Girls basketball bounced back in a major way after a tough loss to Cardinal Spellman by beating Monomoy Thursday afternoon 35-33.

Sixteen Vineyard student-athletes received honors from the Boston Globe Friday for their accomplishments this fall sports season.

Thousands of ferry cancellations between Woods Hole and Martha’s Vineyard over the past two years have had Islanders questioning the reliability of...

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News Briefs

Tuesdays in the Newsroom, the Gazette’s off-season speaker/discussion series, returns this month with a look back at Vineyard novelist Philip R....

The Martha’s Vineyard Hebrew Center and the Martha’s Vineyard chapter of the NAACP will host a Martin Luther King service on Friday, Jan. 17 at 5:30...

Tammy J. Small, 48, of Oak Bluffs had July 15, 2019 charge in Edgartown of assault and battery dismissed upon request of the commonwealth, without...

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