Yearly Archives: 2010
Fourth place is where the Up-Island police departments ended up with their amazingly executed "cruiser" serving booth for last weekend's Wing Fest at Sharky's.
Two Island contractors involved in solar energy technology, Philip Forest and Tim Twombly, recently received special certification from the North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP).
Napoleon ("Nap") Pinckney of Oak Bluffs died in his own bed on Saturday, November 13, 2010, slightly more than 1-1/2 months after his 90th birthday.
Charles "Charlie" M.
Tonight is Teen Movie Night at the Vineyard Haven Library for grades 6 to 12.
It has been nice to see the sun for a couple of days after all that rain and wind, but at the risk of making the most controversial statement ever to grace this column: I really wouldn't mind seeing some snow.
I think the drought is over, and we still see a few puddles around to prove it.
Flu shots for Islanders age 18 and older are now available from pharmacist David Perzanowski at Vineyard Scripts at 117 Beach Road in Vineyard Haven.
The undefeated Edgartown school junior varsity boys soccer team took the All Island trophy from West Tisbury by defeating the up-Islanders in the championship game, Saturday, 4-1 at the West Tisbury school.
The fourth year of the ladies fall flex tennis season came to a close after eight weeks of play last Friday.
The 15th annual Turkey Open Tennis Tournament, at The Vineyard Tennis Center, November 12-14, was a fundraiser for the Dana Farber Cancer Institute in memory of Stan Hart and Don Davis, two well-loved Island tennis players.
The first RCBL game Monday evening at the B&G Club was really two games.
At the MIAA Divisional Championships meet at Franklin Park, Saturday, November 6, the Vineyard boys cross-country team finished seventh of 30 teams.
Nauset's football team came to call last Friday then sailed away with a 20-14 win in their bag.
The weather this past weekend was so lovely, I actually had the doors open in my house, it got so warm.
Claus Buchthal, 97, of Prospect Hill, Chilmark, died on November 8, three months after being diagnosed with a brain tumor.
I would like to make a correction to an article in The Times a while back titled "Unhappy Aquinnah taxpayer sues to use Philbin Beach.
Cape Light Compact (CLC) will test a new federal Home Energy Score pilot program in 200 volunteer residences on the Cape and Martha's Vineyard in 2011.