Monthly Archives: September 2010
Sailors from Genoa discovered sweet basil on their trading trips to the Middle East 600 years ago and brought the herb home to Italy in terracotta pots.
As Hurricane Earl accelerated toward New England at 5 pm Wednesday, the National Hurricane Center issued a hurricane watch for Martha's Vineyard.
Summer vacation ended a little earlier than usual for Martha's Vineyard Public Schools (MVPS) administration, teachers, and staff, who returned to school yesterday, instead of after Labor Day as in the past.
On Tuesday, approximately 2,237 students of all ages begin a new year in one of the seven schools of the Martha's Vineyard school system.
The summer crowds have melted away, the golfer-in-chief has departed, and Islanders are ready to get down to the serious business of preparing for the start of the 65th Martha's Vineyard Striped Bass and Bluefish Derby.
Kendra Newick, manager of the Wampanoag Environmental Lab in Aquinnah, likes to know her work prevents people from getting sick.
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The First Family wrapped up their Vineyard vacation Sunday morning.
The Martha's Vineyard Public Charter School is entering its 15th year serving the families on Martha's Vineyard with a viable public school choice.
President Obama and his family departed Martha's Vineyard Sunday morning with no fanfare or public farewells.
The Island Affordable Housing Fund has come up with a novel fundraising model that looks at summer renters as a funding source.
A representative of the U.
Martha's Vineyard Regional High SchoolGrades 9-12Principal Steven NixonApproximate enrollment: 692Staff: 133 (includes bus drivers)Operating budget FY 11: $12,955,918* Tel.
In one year Be My Guest granola has grown by leaps and bowls.
Officer Chris Dolby, a 15-year veteran of the Edgartown police force, sits in an unmarked police vehicle outside a package store, as he does on many evenings, sensing the rhythm of summer celebration.