From the Gazette edition of May 15, 1953: “I’m easing the limber holes in the floors,” Cap’n Roy Smith explained. “This brig doesn’t leak, but...

Thimble Farm has been rescued once again from possible sale into private hands. And a collective sigh of relief went around the Vineyard...

Each September the yellow school buses roll, and well-scrubbed, optimistic young children climb on board, carrying them with them the...

From past editions of the Vineyard Gazette: The natural formation of the Island of Martha’s Vineyard is such that nature seems to have prepared...

Like a teenager who seems to grow a foot overnight, change has a way of coming slowly, then presenting itself all at once.West Tisbury, the town...

It often begins with tears, the dropping off of a young child at preschool. In the classroom it is the little boy or girl whose tears flow...

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Letters to the Editor

I want to express our sincere appreciation to the Vineyard community for coming out and helping with this year’s Earth Day beach cleanup.

In order for a democracy to remain viable, participation by voters is essential. Many brave souls have fought to live in a free country and to...

The suggestion that Stop & Shop is doubling the size of its store is a stretch beyond belief.

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