The Gazette continues its special project on coastal erosion. Two new stories explore the topic of planning for retreat, how scientists used to think...

Some came straight from the beach with sandy feet, while others had just emerged from a nighttime bath, but the children who attended the Chilmark...

Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day: show him how to catch fish and you feed him for a lifetime. So goes the familiar adage. But for...

A new plan to turn 54 acres in Katama into a nine-lot residential subdivision saw favorable review by the Martha's Vineyard Commission last week,...

A spate of home break-ins around the Island has led to the arrest of a 27-year-old Pennsylvania man who police said stole more than $85,000 in...

Two people were transported to the Martha's Vineyard Hospital with minor injuries Saturday after a late afternoon three-car pileup in the Harthaven...

A West Tisbury whole health practitioner and Oak Bluffs businessman are among 181 applicants on a list released Friday by the state Department of...

The West Tisbury selectmen had stern words for the owners of State Road Restaurant this week over special permit violations and a failed health...

During the last hour of the 152nd Martha’s Vineyard Agricultural Fair on Sunday, a drizzly rain began to patter the ground. The exhibit hall closed...

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