By KATE J. CONDE Although deputy chief Larry Thomas officially retired from the department in August 2007 after 47 years with the Edgartown...
KATIE’S WORLD Editors, Vineyard Gazette: A lot of Vineyard organizations have been hurt over the past decade or so by the clash between...
Clammers work in Sengekontacket pond.
It is hoped a costly new regime of water quality tests for Sengekontacket Pond, which began this week, will identify the source of its water...
Music will not be the only thing sizzling this summer at Outerland, the nightclub and live music venue at the Martha’s Vineyard Airport:...
On Monday, May 12, a 7.9 magnitude earthquake devastated southwestern China. By that Saturday, Laura Kimball was mobilized. The Martha’s...
Disaster Planning The Cape Cod Foundation recently awarded the Cape Cod and Islands Chapter of the American Red Cross an $8,000 grant to...
Of all the quirks that define the Gazette — the seven-column broadsheet, black and white photography, house style that bows to no one — the...
Edmunds
Tomorrow the Rev. Mr. Robert D. Edmunds and his wife Deborah leave the Island after 15 and a half years of ministering to the community. The...
Summer may still be weeks away, but the music is already hot and spicy at Che’s Lounge in Vineyard Haven. Singer-songwriter Bella and her...

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