Oak Bluffs selectmen on Wednesday approved three ballot questions for voters in April — including one that would authorize $500,000 for...
Winter fades, Spring dallies. A limbo. And then, a sound. The pinkletink peeps. Alex Goethals of West Tisbury e-mailed the Gazette...
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The Island’s senior centers offer a lot of programs for the elderly, They also offer a haven from the drama of these difficult times.
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The Vineyard may yet be the scene of another big fish film under the eye of Steven Spielberg: the Jaws director’s studio, DreamWorks, has...
Martha’s Vineyard’s two community banks face hundreds of thousands of dollars in extra costs as a result of increased demands from the...
Against the backdrop of a sustained national recession, the board of directors for the YMCA of the Martha’s Vineyard voted unanimously...
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The old-fashioned practice of allowing some customers to hold house accounts at Cronig’s Market will be getting a high-tech twist in the...
West Tisbury selectmen on Wednesday held a dog hearing for a Siberian husky that recently got loose and attacked a neighbor’s livestock....

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