Monthly Archives: September 2011
Living Local Harvest Festival, Electronics Disposal Day and last lobster rolls for a while. Not-to-be-missed weekend events summed up into one video.
Basil Welch was born on April 16, 1924 and died in the afternoon on September 24, 2011.
If you had to guess the date from the weather, you would definitely be thinking of August with this humidity and heat.
I should have known better.
It is nearly October, but the sun is shining and the oaks are still green and Main Street is still packed with tourists.
Dick Brown, 95, received the Alumnus of the Year award for 2011 from his alma mater, Mass.
Steve Jones, 60, is riding a bicycle across the country to help prepare first responders for exposure to radiation.
Hummingbirds are beautiful, tiny, territorial, and often very shy. Getting a photo of one up close if a real challenge.
Opportunities for volunteering on the Island range from shingling to tutoring to grant writing to...you name it.
Volunteering can be tricky business in some situations, but the payoff almost always makes it worth it.
Summer's behind us, and we get the Island back. Yes!
Via a variety of alternative ground transportation, a group of Islanders paraded through Vineyard Haven to promote a future free of fossil fuels.
As the Vineyard climate warms, southern species start to appear here more frequently.
The Martha's Vineyard Commission voted last week to rescind votes taken in March pertaining to the designation of five Edgartown roads as special ways.
An October 5 public forum will focus on Martha's Vineyard's and other coastal communities' experiences with wind energy development in Federal waters offshore.
All warrant articles passed easily and without major dissent. The biggest question of the evening was whether the required number of voters would show up to form a quorum.