When we gather at the Hebrew Center this Friday night at 5:30 p.m. for the seventh night of Hanukkah, each person will light seven small candles.

When I met Johnny Mayhew, my future husband, he had just returned to Brown University to finish his education after three and a half years as a World...

Winter arrived early this year, rolling in late last week on a polar express as if delivered straight from the North Pole.

Twas Christmastime so Santa Claus was readying his pack, And filling it with candy canes and holly and knickknacks.

From the December 21, 1934 edition of the Vineyard Gazette:

Affordable housing has been part of the land bank’s planning since 1989, when it first adopted a housing policy.


Letters to the Editor

I write to respond to increasing concern about the spread of Lyme disease and a purported connection to the deer population.

I am troubled by letters and comments in both newspapers which claim that enough open space has been preserved on the Island.

In response to James Lengyel’s op-ed in the Gazette: Everyone on Martha’s Vineyard is extremely grateful the land bank has be so remarkably...