What kind of lessons are being drawn by Tisbury school children who, two weeks before school is scheduled to start, are being told that the building...

A community survey completed by the Gazette this month documents what everyone already knows: summer traffic on Martha’s Vineyard is a major...

Two screen patches cling to the rear screen door, still threaded on all four sides. But the kitchen door is an unholy mess.

From the August 26, 1966 edition of the Gazette by Peter S. McGhee.

People say, “I can’t believe I’m turning 75,” as if the Eternal Footman was already holding their coats and snickering.

Another school year is on the horizon and the district has spent the summer cleaning and upgrading buildings, making necessary hires, and finishing...

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Letters to the Editor

What is the cost of silence? Is $40 million enough to get your attention?

On Sept. 4 the Tisbury planning board will continue a public hearing on Island Housing Trust's proposed plans for 299 Daggett avenue.

Recently, Island Grown Initiative's free community lunch program concluded its third summer in operation.

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