Yearly Archives: 2010

Men’s Softball Finals

With heavy, windblown and much-needed rains drenching everything on Island, Monday, the Commissioners of the Men's Softball League, Eric Hatt and Bart Kent, postponed the final playoff game between the Highlanders and the Hurricanes from Monday to Wednesday.

Youth Task Force has accomplished much

As the summer draws to a close and we begin another school year, I wanted to take a moment to thank the members of the Martha's Vineyard Youth Task Force (YTF) for their efforts on behalf of the young people of our Island.

Jabberwocky road race

Four hundred and twenty-eight friends of the Camp ran the second annual 5K Run for Camp Jabberwocky, Saturday at the Farm Institute in Edgartown.

Ladies’ hoops

Women, 21 years old or more, are welcome, indeed encouraged, to play pick-up games of basketball at the West Tisbury school gym on Mondays, from 6:45 to 9:00 pm, resuming on September13.

Retested beaches pass muster

Two days after several Island public beaches were closed due to high bacteria levels public health officials, on Thursday, August 19, declared the beaches safe.

Reel Picks

A weary but effective American assassin (way cool 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.


"Just imagine if in his inaugural address John F.

Editorial: What happens when rates can’t rise?

It's not easy being the Steamship Authority.

Former SSA employee pleads guilty in Federal District Court

A Mashpee woman was convicted in federal court Monday of embezzling more than $100,000 from the Steamship Authority, in a scheme involving the use of fictitious customer names.

Fishermen plan a demonstration in Vineyard Haven Harbor against federal policies

Fishermen, in a flotilla of their working vessels, plan to protest against federal fisheries' policies today in Vineyard Haven Harbor.