Yearly Archives: 2010
"A lot of people don't understand who we are and what we do, and unfortunately, we often meet them on the worst day of their life.
School vacations and mild spring weather have contributed to a drop in blood donations.
I visit osprey nests each day.
Tisbury voters go to the polls Tuesday to decide a three-way race for a seat on the board of selectmen, in which longtime incumbent selectman Tristan Israel faces challenges from Angela Cywinski and Bruce Lewellyn.
After two years of fundraising, four months of evening, Saturday and Sunday rehearsals, and months of intricate planning and coordination, 28 MVRHS Minnesingers and their chaperones boarded the ferry in Vineyard Haven bound for Prague in the Czech Republic.
On Easter evening, April 4, an unassuming great woman left us.
Who would have guessed that 82 species of spiders, at least 463 species of moths, 201 saltwater fish and one lamprey have been recorded on and around our Island? These were among the fascinating bits of information Allan Keith and Stephen Spongberg shared with an interested audience at the Martha's Vineyard Museum Saturday afternoon.
One of the best parts of my day is the walk-around-the-yard assessment.
I want to thank you for sponsoring me for the Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington DC from May 30 to June 6.
Northeastern University engineering students presented a new version of their design for a bike path on Chappaquiddick, estimating that it would cost $1.
On the second night of its annual town meeting on April, 14, Oak Bluffs voters cut less than $60,000 out of a proposed $24.
The proposed connector road has been planned for some time, and the town has been asked to approve several stages.
I don't enjoy being stirred into the same pot as some landlords that a few of the Letters to the Editor have portrayed in the last few weeks.
To the Editor: If the citizens of Tisbury open the door to alcohol sales even a tiny crack, we invite nothing less than the demise of 300 years of tranquility.
I am a sixth grade student living in California who comes to Martha's Vineyard every summer.
When I first moved to the Vineyard in the seventies, Vineyard Haven was the year-round town that you saw your friends at when you shopped.
As spring fills the air with the new arrival of life and energy, Vineyard Haven is calling for our help.
On Tuesday, April 27, Tisbury voters will be asked to choose between incumbent Kenneth Garde and challenger Michael Loberg for a seat on the board of health (BOH).