I recently found some crushed Kleenex tissues in my father’s vest, the one he wore in March of this year.

If there is an incontrovertible perennial punching bag on our Island it is of course the SSA.

From the Nov. 1, 1974 edition of the Gazette by William A. Caldwell:

When the Martha’s Vineyard Commission was created by an act of the legislature 46 years ago, it was not so much a reaction to development as a...

Pennacook avenue in Oak Bluffs is a street full of stories, the latest of which is a lovely coincidence.

From the Oct. 23, 1964 edition of the Vineyard Gazette: Chilmark Sword, the first vessel designed especially for long-lining swordfishing, arrived in...


Letters to the Editor

The Martha’s Vineyard Commission is currently taking up the high school athletic fields question.

Question 3 asks Dukes County voters to support a change where the county treasurer would be appointed rather than elected.

We at NAMI MV (National Alliance on Mental Illness) want to thank superintendent Matt D’Andrea, assistant superintendent Richie Smith and director of...