For four years, in the 1970s, as he sought to preserve the Vineyard from overdevelopment, Sen. Edward M. Kennedy was a frequent — and...

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Blissful Quiet Editors, Vineyard Gazette:

Angels Interrupted Not long before three o’clock on Sunday, dozens of passengers who had boarded a U.S. Airways Express flight were...

The Summer White House

THEFT AT THE FAIR Editors, Vineyard Gazette: First let me say we love the fair. We go every day. We enter chickens and eggs and art...

From an August, 1984 Gazette edition: Walter D. Rheno, a decorated fighter pilot in World War I, was the Vineyard’s own. At a time when...

I know what the first family will do on their vacation. Pretty much what everyone who visits Martha’s Vineyard does — the beach, water...

Grounded Dear President Obama,

The weather-beaten, hand-painted sign nailed to a tree on State Road in Vineyard Haven is about the last tangible memento on the Island...

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