Yearly Archives: 2010
The wind farm slated for Nantucket Sound cleared a key legal hurdle Tuesday, when the Supreme Judicial Court ruled 4-2 that the state can authorize local construction permits for the project.
With the recent rescues of two leatherback turtles last week off Cape Cod, state marine biologists are urging recreational boaters and commercial fishermen to be on the lookout for the migrating endangered species.
Sunday's HHSA Chappaquiddick Rendezvous attracted 16 boats to the starting line.
The annual Richie Madeiras Softball tourney, in memory of the popular Oak Bluffs shellfish warden and organized yearly by Ray Tattersall, took place last weekend at Tisbury's War Veterans Memorial Park.
Inkwell Beach on Seaview Avenue in Oak Bluffs was reopened to swimming at 2 pm Thursday.
The Vineyard Football Club (VFC) masters traveled to Easton for its season opener in division five of the Over The Hill (40 and more) Soccer League South last Sunday.
Reid Yennie defeated Kent Leonard, 6-4, 4-6, 11-9 last Wednesday and claimed the Island's Junior Tennis Top Gun title, with a 7-1 record playing against other top juniors on the Vineyard.
One hundred sixty two persons, as young as 10 and as old as 80 ran the 22nd Sullivan 5K road race, benefit of the MV Hospital, Saturday.
The Island Little League season came to a belated close, Saturday, as some 11-year-old Little Leaguers challenged some 12-year-olds to a game at Veira Park, Oak Bluffs.
At 4 pm on Tuesday, 2002 Mites.
The sixth annual Hospice Tennis Championship tourney will be held September 3-5 at the Farm Neck Golf Club courts and the courts at Vineyard Youth Tennis Center.
Ed Cisek of Edgartown has become a performer on a Harold Team at the iO Theater in Chicago.
In the Tisbury senior center, Saturday, six tables were in play at the weekly meeting of the Bridge Club of Martha's Vineyard.
The Martha's Vineyard Regional High school football team took to the practice field last week.
The Highlanders and Hurricanes, the two top teams in the Vineyard Summer Softball League had split their first two games in the finals.
A graveside service for Henry J.
Lifelong educator Meredith Jane Aldrich died at her home in West Tisbury, surrounded by her loved ones, on Monday, August 23.
Weary but effective American assassin (George Clooney), retreats to a small Italian village and, while taking on a mysterious assignment, finds romance and friendship — a risk for someone in his line of work.