Vineyard Gazette
Starting Monday morning, buyers of Martha’s Vineyard real estate will pay two per cent of the purchase price to the Martha’s Vineyard land bank.
Martha's Vineyard Land Bank
Robert A. Culbert
Is it too early to be thinking about the breeding season?
Piping plover
Julia Wells
Approximately 500 buildings in downtown Edgartown, most of them wood frame houses of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, are now part of a nationally recognized historic district.
Edgartown historic district
Edgartown History
Vineyard Gazette
In a move expected to give Vineyard conservation interests unprecedented strength in shaping the Island’s future, the Vineyard Conservation Society, the Vineyard Open Land Foundation, the Sheriff
Wakeman Conservation Center
Vineyard Open Land Foundation
Phyllis Meras
I heard this week that there will be no more Darling’s, the old popcorn store, in Oak Bluffs this summer or any other summer.
Oak Bluffs history
Barbara Raab
The rules were simple. The highest bidder acknowledged by the auctioneer shall be the purchaser.
Possible Dreams Auction
Martha's Vineyard Community Services
Douglas Cabral
McDonald’s Corporation is no longer interested in the old Coop market as an Island location for a fast-food restaurant.  
Beach Road
Tisbury board of health
George W. Adams
Monday, the secessionist movement gets its first real test of popular support on the Islands. Or will it be the popular support of redistricting that is on trial?
Vineyard Gazette
Gov. Francis W. Sargent came to Association Hall in Tisbury Saturday afternoon to sign the state land use control bill for the Vineyard - a bill that had its start in the same lovely white and blue meeting place in January of 1973.
Martha's Vineyard Commission
Vineyard Gazette
Vegetables, just picked from the garden, can be as colorful and as totally seductive to the eye as a bouquet of flowers, and bring joy to the palate as well.
Farmers' Market
Vineyard Gazette
About 35,000 cubic yards of sand have been deposited on the beach below Sea View avenue in Oak Bluffs, out of a total of nearly 85,000 yards scheduled to be placed on the beach to rebuild it as p
Inkwell Beach
Oak Bluffs select board
Vineyard Gazette
With the recording of an agreement and declaration of trust last week, the Vineyard Open Land Foundation, first proposed in the Gazette of April 17, became a reality.  
Vineyard Open Land Foundation