What is most disheartening about the current standoff over high school funding is what it says about the potential for the Island to provide its...
As Hurricane Dorian churned up the Eastern Seaboard this week after pounding the northern Bahamas with category five conditions and leaving...
End of summer by the calendar is one thing, and the palpable end-of-summer feeling that Labor Day inevitably brings is another thing.
What kind of lessons are being drawn by Tisbury school children who, two weeks before school is scheduled to start, are being told that the building...
A community survey completed by the Gazette this month documents what everyone already knows: summer traffic on Martha’s Vineyard is a major...
The weather smiled brightly on Beach Road Weekend, but that was perhaps the only variable still in question at the start of the music festival due to...
The monarchs are back and appear to be even more plentiful this year on the Island.
The Martha’s Vineyard Agricultural Society Livestock Show and Fair is coming, and along with prize-winning pies, racing pigs and the skillet throw,...
Hot summer days have stretched on endlessly this year, warming an ocean that just six weeks ago was chilly enough to take the breath away.
On Monday evening, two surviving students from the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla. and their families took part in a...
It looks like the Gazette's cherry red 1955 Ford pickup may not be in the Fourth of July parade next year.
The following is excerpted from a speech delivered by Frederick Douglass to the Rochester Ladies’ Anti-Slavery Society on July 5, 1852.

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