David Mello, 89, began working at the Gazette in 1948 as a student at Edgartown High School. Later he became a rocket scientist.
Controversy and confusion over the recent downsizing of a summer event in Waban Park prompted an outpouring of support for the antiracism advocacy...
Tropical storm Henri may have cut the Martha’s Vineyard Agricultural Society Livestock Show and Fair short by a day, but it did little to dampen the...
Two Vineyard organizations with longtime connections to Haiti are spearheading fundraising campaigns following the recent earthquake there.
Voting rights, the historical nature of entrenched racism and the healing powers of the Vineyard were all topics when the Congresswoman took the...
The long-awaited 2020 U.S. census data released last Thursday showed a significant population increase in all six towns over the past decade.
After an unprecedented year and a half, the opening of the Martha’s Vineyard Agricultural Society Livestock Show and Fair on Thursday morning was in...
In this week’s podcast episode of Shed: Conversations About Race, host Eric Adams talks to professor, author and culinary historian Dr. Jessica B....
For Lisa Dawley, manager of the Animal Shelter of Martha’s Vineyard, every day at the office can be an emotional roller coaster.
Good News! Catticus, our buff and white male short hair, picked his new owner who was delighted to take him home.
Peggy King Jorde, an expert on African burial grounds, has dedicated her life to ensuring memories of the disenfranchised are kept alive.
The Martha’s Vineyard Museum is now officially a two-town operation, following the dedication Saturday of its Cooke House Legacy Gardens in Edgartown.

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