Wise Use at the High School Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School principal Margaret (Peg) Regan is a stand-up person who was forced to...
Death by Committee The idea of forming a special commission on agriculture for the Vineyard is on the table for discussion, and while the...
Homemade From the Heart Retailers expect Americans to plunk down nearly five hundred billion dollars this holiday season. Some economists...
“What is Hanukah?” the Talmud asks. It is a story about the miracle of oil and light, is the answer. We may ask, however, so what is a...
50 Years Ago From the Vineyard Gazette editions of December, 1957:
GREAT POND PROTECTION Editors, Vineyard Gazette:
Copper
A copper-white streak across the field, Darting through dunes, power to wield . . . A Brittany spaniel at home on the moors Not of...
In 1932 a small group of Oak Bluffs ladies met to organize a club that would sponsor the homemaking programs of the Dukes County Extension...
The Vineyard Gazette can provide an enormous public service in helping to increase understanding and awareness by Island residents about the...
Rarely does the genteel card game of bridge merit both a news story on the front page of the arts section and an editorial in The New York...
Restoring Great Salt Pond The draft Massachusetts Estuaries Project report on the Edgartown Great Pond obtained by the Gazette last week is...
If it weren’t for the war. Fifty years ago this winter, in February, 1958, I began my journalistic career as editor of a fledgling monthly...

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