From Gazette editions of July, 1935: A familiar word has already entered into the conversation of the cities — humidity; indeed, it is not...

Human nature cannot be studied in cities except at a disadvantage — a village is the place. There you can know your man inside and out — in...

The oppressive heat wave that has blanketed the Northeast in recent weeks finally broke on Wednesday night. A rush of cool air followed...

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I was moved by news of the death of Gladys Widdiss. She has long been one of my Island heroes, starting with her becoming valedictorian of...

From a July 1, 1960 column by Joseph Chase Allen: Looking backward, the most astonishing thing to contemplate is the realization of how...

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There are many good reasons for growing native plants. Native plants are adapted to local growing conditions, they promote biodiversity...

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Letters to the Editor

It was 70 years ago, on June 6, 1944, that Allied ships landed in Normandy in the D-Day invasion. Church bells tolled across the Island that day.

The board, the staff and the greater Seven Gates Farm community would like to express our deep shock and profound sadness at the unexpected passing...

I just arrived for the summer and grabbed the latest Gazette. What a pleasure it was to read Katie Carroll’s article, “Making the World the Classroom...

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