Vineyard schools superintendent Dr. Matthew D’Andrea has been offered the job as the next superintendent of schools in Wareham.
Incumbent Oak Bluffs select board member Gail Barmakian squeaked back into office Thursday, edging out challenger Dion Alley by just two votes.
An agreeable group of voters filled the West Tisbury School gymnasium for their annual town meeting Tuesday evening, passing all but one of 51...
The Martha's Vineyard Land Bank will purchase 26 acres near Priester's Pond, and a new nonprofit led by Thomas Bena will purchase an adjoining 14...
With a number of big spending items and the pivotal housing bank question before them, Oak Bluffs voters opted for unity over division at their at...
Edgartown voters gathered in the sun-drenched hall of the Old Whaling Church on a picturesque Tuesday evening to take up a hefty annual town meeting...
The Martha’s Vineyard Vision Fellowship announced seven scholarships this week, and two new fellowship positions.
A new human resources department, and a high-level executive position to run it, were among more than 40 warrant articles passed in Tisbury by an...
Island businesses and nonprofit organizations are joining forces this year to celebrate the newest federal holiday, Juneteenth, with a weekend filled...
An award-winning poem by a regional high school sophomore.
April begins a fool and ends a sage. She tags the tails of March, the cruelest month with high hopes and fierce winds.
From the April 20, 1973 edition of the Vineyard Gazette by Polly Woollcott Murphy:

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