The Gazette joins this week with hundreds of other newspapers nationwide in outrage over President Trump’s unprecedented vilification of the press.

When a local gives a wave don't avert or be afraid

Opening after a three-year lapse because of the war, the Martha’s Vineyard Agricultural Society’s annual fair called the Island population on Friday...

Men of color were full participants in the whaling industry, a business so difficult and dangerous that most people only went out once.

The first time I fished for money I got burned so badly I never tried it again.

Beach Road is arguably the Island’s most important road; it is certainly the ugliest. The road fronts a harbor once given almost entirely to maritime...


Letters to the Editor

It’s worth the journey to Killburn Mill in New Bedford to view the quarter-mile long panorama of whaling exploits from the mid-19th century.

My name is Joseph A. Costa I am a licensed pilot and have received the Wright Brothers master pilot award.

Since 1955, we have had a summer home on Chappaquiddick Road across from Sampson’s avenue.