From a 1952 Gazette edition: Since Thursday, when the Coast Guard building, three stories high, came towing into Menemsha Creek on a...

Bettencourt

Editor’s Note: The following story was published in the Gazette on Jan. 18, 1985. William Bettencourt died on July 7 at the age of 87. A...

flood

Southern New England is overdue for a major hurricane. The last big one, in terms of lives lost, damage and cost, was the Great Hurricane...

Wind generation is irrelevant to energy independence: Making electricity doesn’t give us oil, asphalt, plastics or tires; only 1.1 per...

honeybees

Editor’s Note: What follows in an addendum to an the Editorial Page feature Why I Love Where I Live, published in the Tuesday Gazette.

For many years, I dragged my books around with me, from apartment to apartment and finally to our house. There are the novels of Hemingway...

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Letters to the Editor

Now that beach weather is here, it is time to address dogs on the beaches and the people who insist on bringing them to the beach. It is our...

Last week I mailed a note card with pictures and a small story of how Cottage City Barbershop came to be. I did not mean for it to be in the letters...

Thanks to the patriotism and courage of people lining the route of Edgartown’s July Fourth parade, the Martha’s Vineyard Peace Council had many...

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