Martha’s Vineyard has long been home to dignitaries and celebrities of every stripe — writers, artists, filmmakers, entrepreneurs, business leaders,...

My mom, Kris Woodger, died on Oct. 18. She was my confidant, my friend and my Uber driver.

From the Dec. 8, 1933 edition of the Gazette:

I’m just back from a visit to pre-Christmas New York. Fifth avenue was bustling with shoppers.

Graphic report chronicles the gleaners, from farm fields to larders. Volunteers are always needed.

Another storm blew through Martha’s Vineyard last weekend, with cold rain and wind that drove even the hardiest Islanders indoors for hearth fires,...


Letters to the Editor

Reading about the 174 Steamship Authority trips in October that were canceled (many, if not all, due to bad weather)

I asked Valerie for a list of first names of all staff at the nursing home.

This will be the Martha’s Vineyard Museum’s first Thanksgiving in its new home at the Vineyard Haven Marine Hospital.