Vineyard Gazette
The Vineyard Gazette installed on Saturday a new Intertype machine—a typesetting machine embodying a great many recent improvements—and this addition to the plant was put into operation for the fir
Vineyard Gazette
Noah Asimow
The Vineyard Gazette celebrates its 175th anniversary Friday at a time of extraordinary change for community newspapers across America.
Vineyard Gazette
Bill Eville
Tomorrow’s History: 175 Years of the Vineyard Gazette opens at the Martha's Vineyard Museum this weekend. It tells the continuing story of a community newspaper that began in 1846.
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Martha's Vineyard Museum


James Reston Jr., journalist, author and former co-owner of the Vineyard Gazette died of pancreatic cancer on Wednesday, July 19 at his home in Chevy Chase. Md. He was 82.

Bill Eville, writer, mentor and creator of the Vineyard Gazette’s weekly newsletter The Notebook, has been named editor of the Gazette. Ethan Genter is news editor.

On Thursday, Dec. 22, the dynamic duo of Jeremy Smith and Karl Klein delivered their last press run, retiring from the job Mr. Smith first started when he was 26 years old.


Cleaning out drawers. This is what retirement comes down to in the end.

The Vineyard Gazette will welcome a new editor in July when Brian P. Boyd succeeds Julia Wells, who is retiring after 18 years as newsroom leader. Mr. Boyd, 53, joins the Gazette from Shore Publishing on the Connecticut coast, where he is editor.


Henry Beetle Hough’s desk is one of the featured items of Tomorrow’s History: 175 Years of the Vineyard Gazette, an exhibit at the Martha’s Vineyard Museum that ends this Sunday.