The eye of the beholder, that’s where they say the beauty lies. Maybe this is why the conundrum of wind energy being wrangled within our...

From Gazette editions of March, 1935: While telephone wires were busy with inquiries as to whether all or only part of Edgartown was...

It’s funny the memories we keep. There are the expected ones: a first kiss, college graduation, family holiday celebrations. And the not...

Signs Matter Character is in all the little features, those details that form the individual nature of a place. On the Vineyard, it’s...

Chappaquiddick’s Long and Winding Road Is a bike path really needed on Chappy, the last rural outpost on the Vineyard? It’s hard to say...

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February is Black History Month. It was first established in 1926 by Dr. Carter Woodson, a professor at Tulane University, who “strongly...

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Letters to the Editor

Habitat for Humanity of Martha’s Vineyard joined forces with partner Island Housing Trust to present the second annual Raising the Roof, a benefit...

Last week my wife Susan and I had the pleasure of working with the Martha’s Vineyard Habitat For Humanity team at Bailey Park Road. Along with...

This letter is written in the highest praise for the organizers of the Summer Institute at the July 26 lecture by David Gergen. I appreciated their...

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