Okay, my wife and I have been living here full-time for more than three years. I know we can never lose the label of washashore, but is it...
The dads were both engineers and the moms were stay-at-homes with young ones. The more liberal of the two mothers was Ann Margetson, whose idea it...
When I was a young boy growing up in Chilmark, this was the time of year when my friends and I would spend most of our days fishing the brooks and...
The following letter was sent to the Army Corps of Engineers; the author is chairman of the Chilmark selectmen.
I have passed the Point Way Inn, home of Noepe Center for Literary Arts and Martha’s Vineyard Writers Residency, hundreds of times. My family...
The board of selectmen has brought a plan forward. It is now up to the wisdom of Chilmark voters to decide how to proceed.
The lead sentence in the April 14 story in the Gazette said it best: public discussion over the Squibnocket Beach and access project has grown “...
The Vineyard Gazette from Nov. 5, 1937, my birthday edition paper, was great fun to read and I was amazed at how many people and places I can recall.
Remember when how you felt was the biggest part of you? When you had a feeling and no matter what your mind said you trusted your gut more?

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