Monthly Archives: September 2010
Americans celebrated Labor Day for the first time on September 5, 1882, in New York City.
Labor Day weekend is upon us, and it looks to be a stormy one with Hurricane Earl working his way up the coast.
The Island is quieter now for a moment before Labor Day weekend.
The 2010-2011 school year is about to begin, and I want to use this opportunity to update our community on all that has happened since June.
If you wondered whether the world had its collective eye on Martha's Vineyard during the last 10 days or so, well, the truth is that there is no certain way to know.
The Island Children's School this summer included just over a dozen little ones, aged nearly 3 through 5 years old.
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We made it.
The White House Press Corp left Mansion House today, and even with the few days of rain, it was a good visit.
The main room of the Martha's Vineyard Hebrew Center was filled with receptive listeners last Thursday, and a smiling Robert Brustein, playwright, producer, theater critic, educator, and West Tisbury summer resident, seemed instantly relaxed.
Regular readers of this column will know that while I enjoy every aspect of nature, I reserve a special enthusiasm for nature that turns up where you don't expect it.
The newest crop of Martha's Vineyard Regional High School freshmen start a new school year today with a half-day orientation session from 7:40 am to noon.
Ruby Leilani McDowell was welcomed into the world by her proud and loving parents Ali (Weisman) and Malcolm McDowell on August 25 at 1:28 am.
The signatories of this letter include longtime Chappaquiddick stakeholders and many past and current members of the TTOR Local Chappy committee.
For those of us who live and work here year-round, Labor Day is one of the most eagerly awaited holidays of the year.
Last Monday, my schooner Valora was lost after she broke from her mooring outside Vineyard Haven and went up on the breakwater.
Let's picture the commercial wind turbines and hurricane Carol, August 30, 1954.
A few weeks ago, I made my very first visit to Martha's Vineyard and was hosted by lovely friends on Lake Tashmoo.
In our recent Letter to the Editor, to thank those who supported our efforts to clean up around Sunset Lake, we inadvertently omitted Tony's Market.
Hey you in the red Cadillac convertable with the top down, wearing a Gregg Norman straw golf hat, you know who you are.