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.
In a large field in West Tisbury a farmer mows hay.
The Steamship Authority’s got a problem, and it is not the group of angry Woods Hole citizens that has effectively stymied construction of a new...
If there is such a thing as a sweet spot on Martha’s Vineyard through the seasons, it must be June.
Dressed in gowns, wearing mortarboards and tassels they walk up the aisle and across the stage to receive diplomas in front of family, teachers,...
The retirement today of Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station in Plymouth is a welcome development for people who live downwind of the plant.
After a snowless winter, spring has arrived slowly this year with copious amounts of rain and chilly temperatures that have kept Islanders bundled in...
This is a shoutout to finance committees everywhere.
A World War II-era plane that went down in a fiery crash more than seven decades ago is found again, buried under the sea floor in Cape Pogue Bay.
While government gridlock remains the order of the day in Washington, it is reassuring to see civic engagement alive and well on Martha’s Vineyard.
Debate over the Civil War statue in Oak Bluffs is turning into something of its own civil war, and it’s time the selectmen showed some leadership.