More than 1,200 people, mostly 65 and older, received their first Covid-19 vaccines from Martha’s Vineyard Hospital this week in a remarkably smooth...
The long-debated, state-funded $6 million Vineyard Haven Beach Road improvement project is starting to seem like a mini version of the infamous Big...
On Tuesday, not long after dawn, a group of skaters converged on Parsonage Pond in West Tisbury.
The subdued and dignified inauguration of President Joe Biden on the steps of the nation’s capitol this week briefly erased the terrifying images of...
Deep winter has settled over the Vineyard with its pale colors and subtle shifts.
An edited selection from Gazette nature editorials in the past year.
If the coronavirus pandemic has made life more difficult for many Islanders, it has also illuminated the extraordinary generosity of the larger...
Two weeks ago the cut was opened in the Tisbury Great Pond.
Martha’s Vineyard has done a lot of things right to keep the coronavirus at bay, but the alarming increase in Covid cases in recent weeks proves...
The voting is over and the arguing over the votes has begun. Everything, it seems, is open to question these days, at least on the national level.
On the eve of an election marked by the bitterest presidential race in modern history, Martha’s Vineyard voters hardly need the usual exhortation to...
When the Martha’s Vineyard Commission was created by an act of the legislature 46 years ago, it was not so much a reaction to development as a...

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