Monthly Archives: January 2011
This year's annual Big Chili Contest held Saturday attracted a record crowd and raised approximately $35,000 for the Red Stocking Fund.
The Island's Cable Advisory Board (CAB) voted Monday to release a request for proposals (RFP) for cable television service on the Island.
The Tisbury School will host a meeting Tuesday for all Island parents about the new Martha's Vineyard Bullying Prevention Policy.
Madeleine Elizabeth Bacheller, 94, died on Tuesday, January 25, at the Henrietta Brewer House in Vineyard Haven.
The Vineyard Nursing Association and the Chilmark, Edgartown, Oak Bluffs, Tisbury, and West Tisbury boards of health will sponsor two Flu Clinics for Island children.
Sharky's Cantina, the popular Mexican restaurant on Circuit Avenue in Oak Bluffs, will close at 9 pm on Sunday, January 30, for renovations designed to better insulate the dining area.
The Scottish Society of Martha's Vineyard would like to thank all those who helped to make our annual Robert Burns Dinner such a success.
When newspaper people gather, as they will in a couple of weeks for the New England Newspaper and Press Association's convention next month in Boston, many of the conversations, the workshops, and the seminars will have a kind of Oh My God energy.
The fifth grade and seventh grade Vineyard girls' travel basketball teams had a perfect weekend on the hardwood, capturing three wins between them.
Three Island towns swept the awards for best town reports among all Massachusetts towns in the category of towns with fewer than 5,000 residents in an annual contest sponsored by the Massachusetts Municipal Association (MMA).
A service for Jean Knowles Goodman will be held at Grace Church in Vineyard Haven on Saturday, Jan.
Geraldyne Grace DeBettencourt of Oak Bluffs died on December 19, 2010 at the Cape Heritage Nursing Home in Sandwich.
Gretchen Van Tassel Shaw died on Tuesday, January 11 (1/11/11), at her home in Brunswick, Maine, just weeks short of her 93rd birthday, with her three children and her cat Katydid nearby.
With one week left in the RCBL regular season, playoff seedings are still up in the air.
It's time to cut forsythia branches to bloom inside.
Sheriff Mike McCormick made the right decision in December, just before Christmas, when he allowed Kelly McCarron to complete her imprisonment at home, wearing an ankle bracelet, rather than at the Barnstable House of Corrections, where she had served seven months of her one-year jail term for vehicular homicide (January 12,
I just read that that the Chilmark board of appeals approved two 14-story wind towers with turbines that may disturb neighborhoods for 50 years.
The Edgartown library design committee estimates a new library at the site of the Old Edgartown School will cost $11 million, of which $4.
I guess we have to start looking at the blessings this freezing cold weather brings.