Monthly Archives: July 2010
A story "Discovering the M.
Celebrating its 20th year on the Vineyard, The John Stobart Gallery on North Summer Street in Edgartown, will host an reception for painters John Stobart and Bert Wright.
Stefanie Wolf, jeweler/owner Stefanie Wolf Designs: Some of the other artisans and I were just talking about this.
On behalf of the Edgartown Library trustees, I would like to thank the Edgartown Library Foundation for another splendid Legacy of Learning event earlier this month.
North Water Gallery, 5 to 7 pm, 27 North Water Street, Edgartown.
Even with Bette Midler, Neal Patrick Harris, and Nick Nolte doing the voices of anthropo-morphized pets, it's a gimmicky, hodge-podge, dog vs.
Lightning strikes last Friday evening near Martha's Vineyard Airport knocked out the Dukes County Communications Center's (DCCC) emergency response dispatching system and damaged one of the airport's critical computer systems.
Sheila Franklin, who owns the store with her husband David, said dwindling business was to blame.
Residents opposed to sightseeing tours operating in Edgartown packed a public hearing, convened during the selectmen's regular meeting Monday, to voice their objections.
Twelve boats of the Holmes Hole Sailing Association reported to the starting line last Thursday for a 6:00 pm race from red nun 6 to green can 23a at East Chop, then to nun 4 at West Chop and back to red nun 6.
The 12-year-old Vineyard Little League all star travel team visited Cooperstown, N.
Seven tables were in play at the Saturday morning meeting of the Bridge Club of Martha's Vineyard in the Tisbury senior center.
Saturday & Sunday, August 14-15: Mattakesett—Winnetu Open Tennis Tournament: men's doubles, women's doubles, mixed doubles.
Some of the Vineyard's best junior tennis players are jousting at Vineyard Youth Tennis every Wednesday evening to determine who is the top gun on the Island.
Last Thursday the lead team of the Martha's Vineyard Football Association (soccer), the Atlantic Football Club, got by a stubborn Coop de Ville squad, 2-1.
Tuesday, at Veterans War Memorial Park, in a game where the defense outshone the offense, the Shady Ladies shaded the Honeys, 3-2.
Edgartown Hardware, a retail anchor of the downtown Edgartown business district for more than six decades, won a special permit from the zoning board of appeals (ZBA) last week to move to the former Old Colony car dealership building on Edgartown-West Tisbury Road.
Menemsha Pond remains closed to all shellfishing.
A judge is set to rule today on a dispute over a liquor license for Lola's Southern Seafood, the Oak Bluffs restaurant that reopened Friday following several weeks of swirling rumors and court action against the owners of the Mediterranean restaurant.