Monthly Archives: August 2010
Demetrio Garcia 3rd, West Tisbury; DOB 4/23/92, unarmed robbery, unarmed assault to rob, assault and battery: continued to pretrial conference.
A weekly gleaning of news reports about President Obama's vacation: Where he will stay, what he will do, and references to the Island (described as tony and chic, didn't you know?) and Islanders that may surprise some.
Bicyclists traveling around Martha's Vineyard face a daunting map.
Carlin Hart came full circle this week, returning to Oak Bluffs School where he once served as assistant principal to take the reins as the new principal.
State House News Service — Three economic indexes out Tuesday morning contained discouraging news for the state's economy, reflecting three straight months of diminished home sales activity and significant erosion of employer and consumer optimism.
When you are far out at sea, on a boat dead in the water, and the Coast Guard radio operator advises you to secure all hatches, put on life vests and asks for a checklist of safety gear, that's the time to worry.
Back Alley's, its billboard still featuring posters and advertisements, remains vacant.
"Political challenges influencing (or not) those serving on the bench" is the topic of a panel discussion Wednesday August 11 from 5:30-7:30 pm in the Old Whaling Church in Edgartown, organized to celebrate the 25th anniversary of The Martha's Vineyard Mediation Program.
For the last two years Boston's Actor's Shakespeare Project has been voted Best Theater Company by the Boston Phoenix.
A survey of Chappaquiddick property owners conducted by a group of Northeastern University engineering students shows that 38 percent of those who responded favor a mixed-use path for bicycles and pedestrians.
Sense of Wonder, the creative seven-week children's camp in Vineyard Haven, will be celebrating its 20th anniversary on August 13.
One of the subjects that almost always guarantees animated discussions and the exchange of interesting information without the falling into the heated I'm- right-you're-wrong debates — is art.
In the past handful of decades, wampum has emerged on the Vineyard as a staple of up-Island culture and fashion.
Eva Faber reached a gloved hand cautiously into the trap, where half a dozen blue claw crabs clung tenaciously to the wire framework.
In 1997, Ron Gamba was the foreman for renovations at the Grange Hall in West Tisbury.
Flatbread is the new restaurant at Nectar's, the nightclub located near the M.
If you take a moment to listen closely at the Vineyard Haven Stop & Shop, you'll hear several accents and dialects, interwoven with the roaring air conditioning and the electronic beeps of the checkout machines.
Several Island public school principals expect a bumper crop of kindergartners this fall.
State House News Service — As expanded gambling legislation formally arrived on his desk Monday, Gov.