If the purpose of art is to provoke, the positive messages festooning the Vineyard this week have met their objective. For many, the eleven signs...

beach clean up

“Carry In, Carry Out” read the colorful crayon signs displayed on bulletin boards at many Island beaches, but as beach clean-up volunteers...

Once again, we wish to extend our heartfelt thanks to all those who have participated in the Martha’s Vineyard pollinator project by...

From Gazette spring editorials: The trailing arbutus is not the first flower of spring — it appears after the skunk cabbage, for instance — but...

Recently during a meeting with high school seniors to talk about the civil rights movement, I learned their graduation was on May 17...

On April 10, I voted to uphold the West Tisbury bylaw prohibiting dogs at Lambert’s Cove Beach from June 15 to Sept. 15 of each year. This...

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Letters to the Editor

Transparency has not characterized Ahold-Stop & Shop’s course of action to replace its Tisbury grocery store with a mall-style two-story big-box...

Since water makes up approximately 50 to 60 per cent of our bodies, what could be more important than insuring our water is as pure and clean as...

The Martha’s Vineyard Commission is currently considering an application for 10 residential units, 20 bedrooms total, at the Four Flags development...

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