Seven states have done away with Columbus Day. Perhaps the biggest surprise is that liberal Massachusetts is not one of them.
Parked on the side of the road at the edge of a beach is not a bad place to be on a windy, rainy evening in early October.
The Martha’s Vineyard Commission sent a sharp message when it fined the owners of the Mill House $100,000 for demolishing a piece of history without...
When vaping burst on the scene a few years ago, the idea of a healthier, smoke-free cigarette sounded too good to be true.
The Vineyard has been treated to a second summer this month, with warm, clear days stretching on as if they might have no end, inviting long beach...
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.

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