Curtis Jones died June 22 at the age of 97. The Gazette published a profile of him in November 2005; it appears again here.

The arrival of the whaleship Charles W. Morgan in Martha’s Vineyard gives us a great opportunity to reflect on whaling’s history as well as assess...

Regionalism is the opposite of townism. To bring it up favorably in conversation can put a person at risk on this Island.

After 61 years, Yuval Elizur, Israeli journalist and former Israeli consul in New York, recently returned to the Vineyard for a visit. In the 1950s,...

The following letter was sent to Cape and Islands state Sen. Dan Wolf in response to H4158, a pending state bill that could curtail the solar power...

From the Vineyard Gazette edition of June 30, 1961: The tales of the grandparents of the oldest inhabitants carry the reader back into antiquity.

Many of us remain extremely concerned about the proposed Edgartown Lofts apartments at the already congested Triangle area, for reasons of both...

Remember the controversy created by dumping unsightly, dirty gray sand and debris on the Oak Bluffs town beach (the Inkwell) ? That act was...

Many thanks to the Vineyard Gazette for publishing our need for a musician to play Take Me Out to the Ball Game at our opening softball ceremonies in...

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