p> The voters of West Tisbury will get to decide whether or not to approve the Mill Pond committee’s article number 13 on the warrant for...

The sound of gavels banging will be heard around the Island when the annual town meeting season begins with our own version of Super Tuesday, as...

From Gazette editions of April, 1937: Four three-masted schooners crossed Vineyard Haven harbor mouth early Monday, all being in sight from...

Israel in recent years has become a travel destination of choice for a number of Vineyarders, Jewish and Christian alike. I am among them...

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This past week in West Tisbury has been marked with much sadness — with events that have marred town tranquility. But spring has arrived,...

Despite its reputation as a playground of the rich and famous, Martha’s Vineyard has a year-round population that is one of the poorest in...

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Letters to the Editor

I want to express our sincere appreciation to the Vineyard community for coming out and helping with this year’s Earth Day beach cleanup.

In order for a democracy to remain viable, participation by voters is essential. Many brave souls have fought to live in a free country and to...

The suggestion that Stop & Shop is doubling the size of its store is a stretch beyond belief.

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