Vineyard Gazette
U.S. Rep.
Civil rights
John Lewis
U.S. Congress
Julie Dulude
President Clinton shed the defiance that characterized the televised address following his August 17 grand jury testimony for a more humble tone when he spoke about forgiveness to a diverse gatheri
Civil rights
John Lewis
U.S. Congress
Presidential Visits
Bill Clinton


Economic development, visas for summer workers and tribal rights were up for discussion during Congressman Bill Keating's swing through the Vineyard Thursday.


The chairman of the Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah) introduced U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren before a closely watched speech this week.


Cong. William Keating, whose district includes Martha’s Vineyard, delivered a sharp rebuke to President Trump’s budget blueprint, which would eliminate Community Development Block Grants.

Health care, immigration, the federal budget and the general tenor in Washington these days were all topics for discussion Monday during a daylong swing through the Vineyard by Cong. Bill Keating.


After seeing the northern states for the first time in 1951 during a summer with his aunt and uncle in Buffalo, N.Y., Cong. John Lewis began questioning the quality of life that many around him took for granted.

On Island to attend a screening of the documentary about him, Barney Frank speaks about his life as a gay congressman and married man, in a conversation with the Gazette at the Chilmark Community Center.