Gazette cartoon artist Paul Karasik has his own take on the Steamship Authority cyber meltdown.

Once home to 15,000 sheep, Martha’s Vineyard is two centuries past its peak as an agricultural hub, but happily farm culture on the Island is having...

These days things seem to change at a rate much faster than in ages past.

Am I the only one feeling a slight sense of dread about The Great Reopening?

From the June 4, 1965 edition of the Gazette:

As the Vineyard enters the second Covid-19 summer, lessons learned over the last year can help us move forward.

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Letters to the Editor

This Saturday marks the first year in which Juneteenth will be celebrated as a state holiday.

I understand that the Martha’s Vineyard Commission may take a vote on June 24 regarding the regional high school’s application to create in effect a...

This is not the language we would expect to hear from the Island planning body charged with protecting our land and water and leading the Vineyard...

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