Since the death of James D. Morgan on Sept. 25 at age 94, I have enjoyed reading the tributes published in the Gazette.

The season of giving, or rather of helping others, roared in on two wheels a few weeks ago with the Martha’s Vineyard Harley Riders.

The Old Variety Store behind the Flying Horses has come into the public spotlight with the news that the owner wants to tear it down and replace it...

From the Nov. 27, 1925 edition of the Vineyard Gazette:

Found in a remote farm field last week: a single white aster bravely blooming in the tawny tall grass, as if winter would never come.

It’s summer on the Vineyard and the afternoon sun casts shadows across Lucy Vincent Beach in Chilmark. Peter Simon is there in his beachfront office...


Letters to the Editor

Tiny faces filled with glee await the lighting of the tree.

The Steamship Authority offers many benefits to the town of Falmouth. The SSA also causes many problems for the town of Falmouth.

Chief McNamee, I want to introduce myself and thank you and your department for their assistance and impressive police work.