From the March 8, 1940 edition of the Vineyard Gazette: Well, it’s March, and March is the first spring month.
Petrified wooden timbers and bent iron fastenings of a large sailing ship suddenly jutted out of the sands of East Beach on Chappaquiddick two weeks...
Martha’s Vineyard Museum is launching an exhibit that celebrates the Island’s inventors throughout the years.
In 1885 Parnell Smith Pease of the Vineyard joined her husband on a whaling trip aboard the Alaska. Her diary is up for auction on Thursday at Swann...
Nathaniel Philbrick’s book In the Heart of the Sea, on which the movie is based, tells a tale of horror.
It was Thanksgiving weekend 1972, the second year John and Kappy Hall ran a series of races with horses of wildly mismatched breeding and ages, and...
Ric Burns wants to change the way you think about Thanksgiving. “It’s not just buckled shoes, pointed hats and turkeys,” he said.
The internationally recognized North Tisbury arboretum has been named to the National Register of Historic Places.
When the call to duty came, Gay Head sent 23 of its sons to World War I, a larger percentage of its population than any other town in New England....

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