The organizers of the voting rights march scheduled for Saturday, Jan. 15 have decided to cancel the event due to severe weather conditions predicted.
The once dominant planet in our evening sky, Venus has disappeared and won’t reappear until late this month.
There are many ways to honor the memory of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., but none more important this year than defending the freedom to vote.
A veteran Oak Bluffs police sergeant has resigned following a tangled internal investigation into a police department-issued rifle that went missing...
Sarah K. Shannon and Jonathan M. Holter of Oak Bluffs are engaged to be married.
The winter sports season is persevering despite Covid infections decimating team ranks each week, and their fan base limited too.
I make sure to feed the birds each winter as it’s a tough time for them.
I’m dismayed at the Martha’s Vineyard Commission’s willingness to raze yet another historic Vineyard home that has essentially been demolished by...
Once again, for the 83rd year, the Red Stocking Fund is eternally grateful to the Martha’s Vineyard community.
Those who take an interest in the development of offshore wind farms, in particular Vineyard Wind
From the Jan. 12, 1962 edition of the Gazette:
The Martha’s Vineyard Land Bank reported revenues of $224,920 for the business week ending on Friday, Dec. 31, 2021.