With hundreds of trees around the Island tagged for removal by Eversource Energy, the Chilmark selectmen have taken steps to prevent any unnecessary...

Nashaquitsa Pond has become a laboratory for eelgrass restoration, although poor water quality and other factors appear to be keeping the aquatic...

Anyone who wants to know about Wayne Lamson quickly runs across the story about how he started with the ferry service as a ticket seller in Woods...

Gov. Charlie Baker’s decision to scale back the state budget dealt a blow to environmental and social service programs on the Vineyard, including...

It’s 7 a.m. on a warm summer morning and the smell of bacon wafts out the side door of 7a Foods. Chef and owner Dan Sauer stands in front of the...

Jack Koontz wrote On the Line, a fishing column for the Gazette, for nearly a decade in the late 1970s and 1980s.

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News Briefs

Oak Bluffs police arrested a Lakeville man at the arena Saturday on charges of trespassing and possession of a loaded firearm while intoxicated.

Martha’s Vineyard Museum is launching an exhibit that celebrates the Island’s inventors throughout the years.

Beauty, the long-haired female cat with the gorgeous green eyes, would like a home for Valentine's Day.

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