County Weighs Legal Choices Commission, Advisors Huddle in Aftermath of Court Ruling Ordering Triple Damages; Appeal Still Possible By JAMES...

Talk Centers on Preserving Character By IAN FEIN The chairman of the Martha's Vineyard Commission said last week that Vineyard residents will...

Commission Rejects Hotel Plan for Second Time in One Year By IAN FEIN Citing the need to contain increased commercial use in an eclectic...

Throughout this month swimmers along the north shore of the Vineyard have found krill-like creatures washed up on the beach by the millions. Large...

Debate over the Supreme Court justice nominee John G. Roberts raged in Chilmark. Dinner guests sat in awe as Patricia Neal recited her Hollywood...

Court Rules County Must Pay Triple Damages, Attorney Fees By JAMES KINSELLA Gazette Senior Writer Dealing a potentially crushing blow to Dukes...

West Tisbury Selectmen Defend Principal Assessor on Spending By IAN FEIN West Tisbury selectmen this week criticized a story in last Friday's...

Boat Line Eyes Changes at Oak Bluffs Terminal; Town Hall Deal in Doubt By JAMES KINSELLA Gazette Senior Writer HYANNIS - Steamship Authority...

The 120-foot cargo ship Kwai sits at the R.M. Packer Co. bulkhead in Vineyard Haven. From the outside she looks like a troubled hulk, but inside she...

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