In Community This winter the Island has experienced the deaths of many beloved residents. The passing of three men in particular, from...

Winter Curtain Call Yesterday winter gave the perfect curtain call, bowing gracefully, graciously. There was nothing overly showy to...

Census Tales More census figures emerged this week, enforcing with numbers the story of growth that has been told on the Vineyard for...

By Chance From Art Railton’s Just a Thought of March, 1997: Chance encounters — we’ve all had them. Meetings that are unplanned,...

Last week I spoke at the renowned South by Southwest Festival in Austin, Texas. SXSW, as it is usually written, began as a music, and then...

The year 2010 was one of significant chal lenges and accomplishments for the Island Housing Trust. The accomplishments include the...

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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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