Today, May 14, marks exactly 175 years since the first issue of the Vineyard Gazette was published.

From the May 10, 1946 edition of the Gazette:

What is there about Martha’s Vineyard / That urged a friend of mine from Lebanon / To say, “I don’t want to die without seeing / Martha’s Vineyard.”

Reliant on summer tourism for their economies, the Cape and Islands have far more that unites than divides them, from a lack of affordable housing to...

After a cold spring that felt endless this year, including a baby blizzard in April, suddenly the Island landscape is lush and dabbed with color like...

Roots cross my path. Small birds cheep and hop in the crackling undergrowth.

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Letters to the Editor

I respectfully write in opposition to the Oak Bluffs streetscape renewal plan.

Summer is upon us. This year, many more people are already on the Island because of relocation during Covid.

I am writing to thank the West Tisbury voters for passing, with a bit more than the required two thirds majority, the warrant article that designates...

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