Living Local’s Meaty Side The recent move by the Island Grown Initiative and the Martha’s Vineyard Agricultural Society to form a...

Elevated Views From Earlier Gazette Editions: Martha’s Vineyard has two sorts of hills, those that are real hills with impressive...

This is a pagan story that happens at Easter. Or an Easter story that happens when pagans attend to the rites of spring. At any rate it...

Editor’s Note: The following is excerpted from comments submitted by the Martha’s Vineyard Commission last week to the Bureau of Ocean...

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They call it a swarming, much like bees around a hive, but that’s how the Gifford family of Harthaven refers to their annual spring...

That well-worn phrase — climate change. We know it’s out there, hovering over our lives like a heavy cloud. But what does it mean exactly...

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Letters to the Editor

At what point in our history must a grocery store become so large? The Tisbury Stop & Shop debate seems to be settling on two positions, one of...

My wife and I and many others were at the 4 p.m. showing of The Butler at the Capawock in Vineyard Haven. A few minutes into the opening of the film...

As residents of Chilmark, we were inconvenienced by the closure of South Road last week during President Obama’s vacation. I would be very interested...

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