When Vineyard Gazette editor Julia Wells hired me as a reporter in the fall of 2006, she took a big risk. Then again, at such a little...

New Era for an Old Broadsheet Now begins a new chapter at the Vineyard Gazette, the newspaper of record for the Island since 1846 that...

Property Value Reset Falling property values are the quiet news of the day on the Vineyard, where assessors in every town are preparing...

Idyll Chatter From Gazette editions of December, 1935:

The Pilgrims survived! For this they praised the Lord And thanked their Indian friends Who taught them how to live In this...

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Often lost in the debate about the pros and cons of developing new sources of energy production is the critical importance of conserving...

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Letters to the Editor

Regarding All Clear (a Gazette Chronicle), what a fascinating piece of Island (and social) history!I have been a full-time washashore for a year now...

Regarding the Gazette story of March 22 headlined: “Have Host Will Travel, Ticks And Deer Thrive On Vineyard.”The Vineyard is famous for many things...

Many remember the last time the small (west) entrance to Vineyard Haven harbor closed in 1997, and you could smell the decay far and wide. The small...

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