Yearly Archives: 2010
Four people were rescued from a well known Island charter fishing boat July 4, off Cape Poge.
There were four games in the MV Men's Softball League, Monday evening.
Nancy Erike Ambrose of Edgartown died peacefully early Monday evening, July 5, after a tough fight with cancer.
Hope Graff Waingrow, a longtime resident of Edgartown, died Sunday, June 13, in Concord.
With the official July 4 holiday on Sunday and a day off on Monday, many Islanders and visitors enjoyed three days of sizzling hot weather made for beach-going, parade-watching, and fireworks-bedazzlement.
Equipment regulating an underwater power transmission line that serves Martha's Vineyard failed under heavy demand Tuesday afternoon, causing the Edgartown wastewater treatment plant to shut down.
Despite sweltering heat in the Katharine Cornell Theatre Tuesday night, the Tisbury selectmen doggedly sweated their way through an almost three-hour long meeting.
The loveable, terrible, animated exploits of a nasty but redeemable curmudgeon who adopts a tiny trio of orphaned sisters to further his plot to steal the moon.
The ferment in the fishing community, in reaction to threats to the industry's health and to the internal contraction among participants and within markets, began several years ago and began accelerating recently.
Chilmark selectmen Tuesday accepted a $1,909,965 bid by Seaver Construction Inc.
On the soccer pitch at the park, Tuesday, Shirley's Hardware and Sports Haven played to a 1-1 tie in the early game.
When Margaret Penicaud met a Haitian nun named Sister Monique 13 years ago, she got an immediate sense that Haiti would be part of her future.
The Martha's Vineyard Commission (MVC) has released the
A day trip to the Vineyard ended in tragedy Tuesday for a vacationing Melrose family.