On the day that America celebrated its independence, and that Edgartown held the big parade, another kind of parade streamed through the tiny...

Showing the Colors Down-Island: Reports from Three Main Streets By C.K. WOLFSON The day was a reprieve from the lurch and jolt of national...

Changes Could Threaten Plan for Housing, MVC Is Warned By MANDY LOCKE As the Martha's Vineyard Commission (MVC) concluded its review of a 60-...

Court Will Decide a Land Bank Issue By ALEXIS TONTI An ongoing tax dispute between the Martha's Vineyard Land Bank Commission and the West...

For Some, Fog Ruins Rockets' Red Glare; It's Just a July Thing By ALEXIS TONTI How Islanders rated this year's July Fourth fireworks display...

A Small School's Examination: Can Chilmark Attract Others? By CHRIS BURRELL They like the small classes, the low student-to-teacher ratio and...

No More Picking: Vineyard's Last Landfill Closes; Some Mourn It By MANDY LOCKE The days of dump picking, finding a treasure in another man's...

As Aquinnah Struggles, Pact with Tribe Recalled By JULIA WELLS Gazette Senior Writer The agreement grew out of formal mediation and was signed...

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