Several weeks ago, at American Legion Hall 257 in Vineyard Haven, we honored two World War II warriors who had died.

Government work is a thankless job. It is no small feat to tackle sea level rise and extreme weather, especially on an Island.

Saturday is the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall.

A recent story in the Vineyard Gazette (Draft Guidelines Released for Treatment of Lyme Disease, 9/6/19) presents simplistic and insufficiently...

Veterans Day is Monday, and Martha’s Vineyard will join its counterparts around the state and country in observing the national holiday.

Had he lived a decade longer, Jack Ware would now be a hundred years old.


Letters to the Editor

The following letter was sent to Wendy Brophy, a member of the board of directors for Island Elderly Housing regarding the recent firing of Ann...

On Oct. 19, Ladyfest 2019 filled Circuit avenue with live music, talented street vendors, and local food trucks.

Timing is critical and choices need to be made soon around climate change.