Even though winter has just begun, I think we all can’t wait to see the snow melt and finally see a sign of spring again. It has already been...

January Journal From Gazette editions of January, 1934: The reeking of the sea all about the Island is something new in the way of...

IN CASE OF EMERGENCY Editors, Vineyard Gazette: As an octogenarian and 20-year resident of the Vineyard, I’m following the debate on the...

In years past we all have looked forward to celebrating and remembering the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., as we recalled his...

The picture on my computer screen shows four grandchildren dancing at the edge of the water on South Beach. Madeline stands knee deep in surf...

January Days The whole Island, it seems, has got a case of the winter blahs. Of course the weather hasn’t helped — gray, rainy, icy, bitter...

Obama’s Place in History, and Ours A man with a keen sense of history will make history Tuesday when he takes the oath as the 44th...

On a sunny Sunday afternoon, what better activity to enjoy the Vineyard and burn off a few calories than a walk in the woods? No...

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Like the song says, you don’t know what you’ve got ’til it’s gone. And it was the absence of something I’d known every previous day of my...

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