Monthly Archives: December 2010
Oak Bluffs residents should expect to get third and fourth quarter tax and wastewater bills late this year.
Despite repeated reminders about a town bylaw that requires sidewalks to be cleared of snow, many in Tisbury remain unshoveled after last week's storm.
Tisbury selectmen Jeff Kristal and Geoghan Coogan approved a request from Island Affordable Housing Fund (IAHF) executive director Ewell Hopkins, to help the Bridge Affordable Housing Project to explore funding options.
To support the Red Stocking Fund, Island Alpaca Farm in Oak Bluffs provided a special lure to attract toy donations.
Melissa Montesion Vasiliadis, former co-owner of Wavelengths Salon in Edgartown announced she has moved to Shear Inspiration, a new salon located at 12 Mariners Way at the Triangle in Edgartown.
The Steamship Authority has reinforced terminal safety rules in the wake of an accident earlier this month.
Bad weather cancelled the Martha's Vineyard Regional High School boys' varsity ice hockey team's game against Nantucket on that island Monday.
The federal government on Tuesday began its offshore wind energy leasing process, and Massachusetts simultaneously expressed interest in helping to develop enough wind energy in federal waters south of the Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket, to power 1.
The Martha's Vineyard Regional High School's girls' varsity basketball team lost its duel with Marshfield in the Norwell tournament, Tuesday, 44-42.
The Martha's Vineyard girls' fifth grade travel basketball team won their fourth and fifth games played at Bourne Middle School last weekend and remain undefeated at 5-0.
Twenty-six young men, and some not so young, reported to the MV Arena to play the 12th annual Ryan Mone Memorial Alumni hockey game.
Nineteen young women, all former graduates of Martha's Vineyard Regional High School, strapped on their skates to play for the honor of winning the 12th annual Ryan Mone Memorial Alumnae game, Sunday at MV Arena.
Doreen ("Dory") P.
Edgartown Hardware will pick up lock, stock and barrel and move from its longtime Main Street address to its new location at 61 West Tisbury Road, formerly the site of the Old Colony car dealership.
It's the day after Christmas and all through the house, no one was moving, not even the mouse.
Coldwell Banker Landmarks, the firm Judy Federowicz established on January 1, 1986, celebrates its 25th anniversary this week.
I didn't write this, but I read this, from Mother Teresa, to myself every once in a while, because it is a reminder not to become resentful or hurt while attempting to give with my best intentions.
2010 has been an awkward year, painful in human terms for many, in business terms for others.
Wet snowflakes are blowing past my windows as I'm settled on the sofa writing my column.