From the May 10, 1946 edition of the Gazette:

What is there about Martha’s Vineyard / That urged a friend of mine from Lebanon / To say, “I don’t want to die without seeing / Martha’s Vineyard.”

Reliant on summer tourism for their economies, the Cape and Islands have far more that unites than divides them, from a lack of affordable housing to...

After a cold spring that felt endless this year, including a baby blizzard in April, suddenly the Island landscape is lush and dabbed with color like...

Roots cross my path. Small birds cheep and hop in the crackling undergrowth.

From the May 9, 1947 edition of the Gazette:

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Letters to the Editor

I’m writing in opposition to article 6 on the West Tisbury town warrant which would authorize the development of an affordable housing project on...

We applaud the Martha’s Vineyard chiefs of police association for its vision and proactive coordination in establishing a need for implicit bias...

At the West Tisbury town meeting on May 18, we have a chance to meet a critical community need by voting yes on article 6, designating the vacant...

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