From a Vineyard Gazette edition of 1931:

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Less than three per cent of the earth’s water is fresh, the water that sustains us. As the oceans rise due to global warming salt water is...

Woods Hole, 1910: idling steam trains exhale vapor at regular intervals, buoys clang out in the channel. An 11-year-old boy from Oak Park...

Save Our Farmland An acre a minute. That’s how much farmland is currently being lost to development and other causes in America,...

Vinnie sits at the table in the lounge. He wears, as always, a cap. A big pin in his shirt says I’m The Boss. He’s singing Roll Out The Barrel in a...

Raking it In From Gazette editions of August, 1936: The honor of landing the biggest striped bass of the season is held by Carl...

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Letters to the Editor

Editor’s Note: Donald Mitchell, a lifelong Vineyarder, died last week at the age of 87. The following letter from him arrived at the Gazette office...

In the aftermath of the Navy yard shootings, we see and hear the same accusations where innocent law-abiding people are made the problem, and, in...

As Martha’s Vineyard residents for over 30 years and now living here half of the year, we had to respond to Danielle Pergament’s recent myopic...

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