When introduced in the seventh grade to the story of Cyrano de Bergerac by Edmond Rostand, I have to admit I was most interested in the...

As we drive off the ferry my wife, Cathlin Baker, turns to me and says, “Don’t mind me, I have an extreme sense of well-being.” She then...

Islanders love their ferries. They loved the stately old Naushon, a converted coastal steamer and the last of a line of truly elegant ferries to ply...

From Gazette editions of February, 1987: The Martha’s Vineyard State Forest by any other name still brings the name of Manuel F. (Manny) Correllus...

If you were out and about on the Island before the Super Bowl on Sunday, you saw ample evidence that you don’t need a ferry reservation to be a...

Do Vineyard voters really want a roundabout? Thanks to a grassroots effort, that question will appear on the ballot in all six Island...

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Letters to the Editor

Because of the extreme danger posed to the Cape and Islands should an accident occur at the aging, failing Pilgrim power plant, concerned people are...

It is a great blessing to live and work in a community where the various religious groups so willingly step up to help each other when it is needed,...

Praise and thanks to two women administering CPR and telephoning for help when I fell unconscious on a walk near Ripley’s Field in Tisbury.

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