Border Lines From the Gazette Fence File: The boulder-strewn hills of the Vineyard are enduring but many of the relics of a more...

With sea level rise at our doorstep and storms chomping away at the shoreline it’s time to rethink an economy based largely on seasonal,...

Recently I wrote an article about Angel Flight Northeast that will be published next month in Avalon Magazine. Angel Flight Northeast is...

Nowhere is the proverb “It takes a village to raise a child” more relevant than on our Island where everyone knows everyone and there’s a...

Chasing Liberty From Gazette editions of September, 1986:

Right now as I drive around the Vineyard, I suddenly feel disoriented and for a moment not sure where I am. I experience this unexpected...

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Letters to the Editor

Our Pennywise Path Run/Walk to the New Library was a big success. We raised money for the library, but also raised awareness of the Edgartown Public...

The most productive action we can take re: Syria is to offer our resources for treatment and/or healing of those injured by the gas attacks,...

According to ISO-NE, New England’s power company umbrella group, last July’s heat wave saw several days make the region’s all-time top 10 list for...

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