Tom Hodgson

By TODD FOLLANSBEE

He was calling from the police station and he was crying. We had a bad connection, but it sounded as if he were in some awful trouble up...

From Gazette editions of January, 1937: News dispatches say that Hitler ordered all the German people to eat more fish. The implication is that...

He was a man of few words, but when he was honored with a surprise party in 1991 after half a century in the Oak Bluffs fire department, more than...

As a winter-long discussion begins in Chilmark about the impacts from overly large houses on the landscape and character of the town, it is ironic...

Rafael Maciel Kyle Stobie John Oliveira Kassidy

I say to you today, my friends, that in spite of the difficulties and frustrations of the moment, I still have a dream. It is a dream...

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Letters to the Editor

I always look forward to Mollie Doyle’s Gazette series, A Day in the Life. The pieces are invariably well written and interesting, but this week’s...

The following letter was sent to the Martha’s Vineyard Commission:

A week before Thanksgiving, I was walking my dog at the beautiful Trade Winds in Oak Bluffs. I’ve had so many positive experiences there with other...

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