Tomorrow, the fifth biggest sporting event in the United States will begin when South Africa hosts Mexico in the first match of the 2010 World Cup.
In spite of an ominous weather forecast, spirits were high around the track and field oval behind the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School last Friday evening.
It is distressing to think that members of the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School’s Class of 2010 will commence their post-graduate lives Sunday in a spirit of controversy and division.
In a story published on June 3, “Che’s finale,” the band Pierre was incorrectly referred to as Sal McNamara’s band.
Fishing excitement and fun swims in all shapes and sizes.
In the June 3 issue of The Times, an account of the MV girls’ lacrosse team’s defeat of Ashland incorrectly reported that Taylor Hughes scored.
Brownies, chocolate chip cookies, and fresh breads will all be under the Linden Tree on Main Street in Vineyard Haven this Saturday.
A small contingent of Vineyard delegates attended the state Democratic convention Friday and Saturday in Worcester.
The Vineyard Playhouse is dark.