Yearly Archives: 2010
Wendy and Boatner Reily of New Orleans, longtime summer residents of Edgartown, donated a rare and historic sailboat to the Martha's Vineyard Preservation Trust this week.
Edgartown health agent Matt Poole asked selectmen Tuesday to tackle the problem of illegal dumping of deer carcasses by Island hunters.
Last Wednesday the MVRHS varsity girls basketball team defeated the visiting Sandwich Blue Knights.
It is worth mentioning that throughout all the turmoil and troubles at the Edgartown Council on Aging, some trusted and valued employees have resigned, and there has been great financial cost to Edgartown taxpayers.
The longer I work with bivalve shellfish, the more impressed I am with what a remarkable life form they are and what a key role they play in the wellbeing of both the planet and humankind.
Snow is gently falling outside my window, predicted to continue for another three days, hopefully ensuring a white Christmas.
What to make of a year like this one? It's been wearing, worrisome, and wildly contentious.
As an employee of Martha's Vineyard Hospital as a medical technologist for 28 years and a recent emergency room patient, I want to reassure the community that your medical privacy is protected.
Kudos to the Oak Bluffs Highway Department, who had their bike paths cleared by the afternoon of Monday's snowfall.
When you hear the Nobska foghorn blowing in the night and the temperatures are hovering around 30 degrees, you know that it can only mean one thing, and that would be snow — just before Christmas.