Many years ago Dr. Elliott Dacher stopped and listened to the voice inside him that said there was more to life than he was experiencing.

Edgartown firefighters responded in force Wednesday evening to a small electrical fire at a home on Simpson’s Lane. The homeowner later thanked the...

As the Island prepared for Tropical Storm Hermine on Sunday, a black racer snake named Miss Audrey was seeking shelter of her own.

As the Chilmark planning board moves forward in its efforts to revamp the town master plan, selectmen have urged a slow approach. A planning...

After a summer of frustrating traffic backups, contractors are wrapping up work on the Lagoon Pond drawbridge.

Let the wooden nickel collecting begin: the Newes from America Pub in Edgartown officially reopened on Friday, Sept. 2 after being closed since June...


News Briefs

Tuesdays in the Newsroom, the Gazette’s monthly discussion series, resumes Sept. 13 with a conversation about ticks and tick-borne illness.

Community housing needs will take center stage in Island towns this fall as work begins on housing production plans.

The following cases were heard in Edgartown district court.