Monthly Archives: December 2010
I've never been as excited to see a bunch of wire spools as I was this weekend, and this is an electrician's daughter speaking.
The Edgartown selectmen have been known to protest against the popular Island perception of Edgartown as the Island town that plays least well with others.
It is with great sadness that I have learned of the death of a great colleague and friend, Dave Simser.
Thank you for reporting the upcoming show, "Tish Hinojosa; From Texas on a Christmas Night" at the Vineyard Playhouse, 24 Church Street, Vineyard Haven, on December 18, at 8 pm.
Bunch of Grapes Bookstore on Main Street in Vineyard Haven, an independent, locally owned year-round bookstore, announced that Susan Savory has joined the business as a children's book buyer.
This holiday season The Martha's Vineyard Times plans to acknowledge Islanders serving in our country's military in two ways: With updates on military personnel and with reader greetings to our men and women in uniform published in the December 30 issue of The Times.
Helen Norene McDonald Burt was born on October 10, 1926, in New Hope, Alabama.
Dozens of Island families enjoyed Saturday's Fall Festival at Felix Neck.
Tisbury selectmen Geoghan Coogan and Tristan Israel approved new beer and wine license applications for Little House Café on State Road and Tropical Restaurant and Bakery on Beach Street, following public hearings at a meeting Tuesday night.
Students from the Chilmark, Edgartown, Oak Bluffs, and Tisbury schools will participate in two water sessions in the Y's swimming pool.
The dredge crew working in Sengekontacket Pond missed 12 work days in November, after the U.
Brunch might be my favorite meal to eat. I love a long, lingering morning meal, bottomless cups of coffee, comfortable clothes, no particular place to go.
Artist Kara Taylor held an opening reception this past Saturday at her Vineyard Haven gallery, Kara Taylor Fine Art.
As approved by Governor Deval Patrick, May 3, 2010, St.
Textiles were some of the most valuable possessions that a family had in the 17th century because of how long they took to make and the quality of the material.
Island schools are up against a December 31 deadline to submit plans for bullying prevention and intervention to the state's Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE).
On Tuesday, November 23, 10 members of the student council at the West Tisbury School arrived at Community Services to deliver all the fixins' for Thanksgiving meals for 40 Island families.
Hanukkah began at sundown on Wednesday, Dec.