At a public forum Tuesday night, Oak Bluffs selectmen unanimously agreed adopt the Martha’s Vineyard NAACP’s recommendation.
With the recent discovery of World War II-era bomber buried at Cape Pogue, the clandestine history of the Island’s involvement in World War II has...
The demolition of a house believed to be one of the oldest homes in Vineyard Haven has stirred shock and confusion.
The Time Machine, the Vineyard Gazette’s online display of historical stories and photos, won Best Digital Innovation Award Thursday from the New...
It was opening day at the Flying Horses Carousel and Helena Penn, age 11, called her three rides “awesome.”
After nearly a decade of planning, two years of construction, over $30 million raised, and the restoration of exactly 1,008 refractors on the Fresnel...
From the Gazette archives: a story about James Taylor appearing at a Hootenanny in 1963.
The Martha’s Vineyard Museum is set to open next week at its new hilltop campus overlooking the Lagoon Pond and outer Vineyard Haven harbor.
As the Martha’s Vineyard Museum puts the finishing touches inside the renovated former Marine Hospital, more developments are occurring outside.