The story has it that 40 years ago this spring, Massachusetts state Sen. William (Billy) Bulger was on Nantucket and decided to go for a dip in the...

A development project that will prove highly disruptive, and dangerous, to traffic flows in and around the Edgartown Triangle is moving forward with...

It was 70 years ago, on June 6, 1944, that Allied ships landed in Normandy in the D-Day invasion. Church bells tolled across the Island that day.

The board, the staff and the greater Seven Gates Farm community would like to express our deep shock and profound sadness at the unexpected passing...

I just arrived for the summer and grabbed the latest Gazette. What a pleasure it was to read Katie Carroll’s article, “Making the World the Classroom...

While it is almost always tempting to write a letter to the editor criticizing poor service, it is much more enjoyable to give praise where it is due.

Our community has seen cutbacks, layoffs and appeals, and many who spend a large amount of their time at the rink are (in true Vineyard pioneering...

We are inclined to think that those who rise fairly early, say around 5:30, on any sunny morning on Martha’s Vineyard in this month of June can walk...

I still remember my first day at the charter school. It was the first time I could go to school in jeans, and a T-shirt. I was not shy or anything,...

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