From the Nov. 22, 1929 edition of the Vineyard Gazette:

Editors note: In the summer of 2008, a tough turkey named Tom was terrorizing a Vineyard Haven neighborhood.

In Scotland they ran for their lives from the gallows of Queen Mary. She was the Catholic queen of Scotland, and they were the Scottish Protestant...

Mr. Editor: — It is rather late in the season for Camp-meeting letters, so I will call this a Camp-ground letter.

Service and self sacrifice have been a hallmark of the Vineyard for centuries, across the spectrum of race, gender and income.

In the late 1980s, as a graduate student at Harvard Kennedy School, I conducted the first housing buildout study for the Martha’s Vineyard Commission...

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Starting Nov. 25, the Vineyard Transit Authority, through a statewide initiative, will be offering fare free service for the rest of the year.

There's a church in Tisbury that needs a window restored.

The Gay Head 10K committee would like to thank everyone who helped to make the ninth annual Gay Head 10K, a Race for the Light, another success.

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