Run for the Money From the 1972 Thanksgiving weekend edition of the Gazette: “I guess,” said one down-Island boat-owner, as he...

What if you wrote you are God’s elect, self-chosen to bring order into a “new world,” settled by natives seen as stray commas,...

On Nov. 15, 1969, a million peo ple, give or take a few hundred thousand, marched on Washington to protest the war in Vietnam. It was my...

Polly

Editor’s Note: The following piece by Polly Woollcott Murphy was published in the Gazette on Dec. 2, 1983. Mrs. Murphy, who began writing...

Living and raising a family on Martha’s Vineyard for the last 11 years has provided me with a broad knowledge of local charitable...

A Last Relic From Gazette editions of November, 1959:

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Letters to the Editor

As a 46-year-old woman and full-time resident, I felt compelled to write this in response to the job hunting experience I have had this spring. Early...

I went to the Tuesday selectmen’s meeting this week to talk about the new angled parking, but opted not to speak in the public comment time because...

I was pleased to learn on Tuesday morning that the former Thimble Farm, the land that the CSA and others have been working for eight years to protect...

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