On Monday, my daughter and I drove down to Five Corners so that we could put our knees on the gritty pavement for eight long minutes.

From the June 6, 1969 edition of the Vineyard Gazette:

As inaccessible now as Atlantis before it sank in the Sound.

Made, we are, from the dust. And for mere dust to try to dominate other dust, to put your dusty knee on the neck of another man.

The high school parking lot officially reopens Monday as a mobile testing lab.

The blitz of bike sales on the Vineyard described in this week’s edition portends a busy season for cyclists on Island roads, so extra caution is...


Letters to the Editor

The time has come for the Black Lives Matter “Don’t Kill Me” campaign to move in a new direction with a new sign

I don’t think it was until I stood under a lynching tree in Selma, Ala. that I really stepped into my white privilege

Tonight in the town election for Tisbury, myself and three others were denied our right to vote.