From past editions of the Vineyard Gazette: Interest in the newly-formed dairymen’s association of the Island continues to increase, as was...

Wasque is gone. A great human conceit is to measure time in lifetimes. Regardless of what has existed long before us, and what will...

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On Memorial Day Islanders of all ages came together at the Oak Grove Cemetery in Vineyard Haven to honor and pay tribute to U.S. servicemen...

This is a significant year for me. It marks my 75th summer of coming to the Vineyard. When my widowed mother and my stepfather got married...

No more teachers, no more books. It’s the anthem of June for elementary and high school students who are counting the days until school...

In my home, on a white shelf in the living room is a framed page of the Vineyard Gazette from 1989 announcing this old house’s 300th...

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Letters to the Editor

This has been a remarkable graduation, so many things to be thankful for and yet what I missed about the ceremonies was mention of all the kids who...

A development project that will prove highly disruptive, and dangerous, to traffic flows in and around the Edgartown Triangle is moving forward with...

It was 70 years ago, on June 6, 1944, that Allied ships landed in Normandy in the D-Day invasion. Church bells tolled across the Island that day.

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