The hurricane was marked by generosity and selflessness, of people going out into rising waters in their boats and pick-up trucks to rescue family,...

The African American Heritage Trail of Martha’s Vineyard has united communities and augmented the rich fabric of the Island’s history.

We’ve done a lot of listening this summer to the community concerns that have arisen after the events of early June.

I first heard Keikilani and Leokani Lindsey, father and son singer-songwriters, at Packer’s Wharf during the visit of Hokule’a.

The four of us walked from our Vineyard front door to our adjoining field. After a quarter century on this property, it was our final night.

From the September 11, 1942 edition of the Vineyard Gazette:

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Letters to the Editor

In light of recent events, we think it is important that the public be informed.

The Vineyard Gazette Exhibit, Eyes of The Island, was featured at a well-attended opening reception.

We want to say thank you to Eversource for their prompt response to our power outage during the storm.

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