A World War II-era plane that went down in a fiery crash more than seven decades ago is found again, buried under the sea floor in Cape Pogue Bay.

Excerpted from Martha’s Vineyard in World War II by Thomas Dresser, Herb Foster and Jay Schofield, an account by airman Joseph McLaughlin after...

While government gridlock remains the order of the day in Washington, it is reassuring to see civic engagement alive and well on Martha’s Vineyard.

From the May 4, 1962 edition of the Vineyard Gazette: Martha’s Vineyard is a place of landmarks, not of importance for the most part but of...

The debate about the infield of the track at the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School is not about whether we should have grass or synthetic turf.

Debate over the Civil War statue in Oak Bluffs is turning into something of its own civil war, and it’s time the selectmen showed some leadership.

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Letters to the Editor

Sometimes it's good to get off the rock.

Habitat for Humanity of Martha's Vineyard would like to thank Sheriff's Meadow Foundation for the opportunity to harvest materials from the Champ...

I am writing to help inform the Island community of a proposed project that threatens to forever alter not only one of the last remaining wooded...

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