Monthly Archives: November 2011
Katelyn Mahoney, daughter of Al and Susan Mahoney of Oak Bluffs and a 2008 graduate of Martha's Vineyard Regional High School, is playing in her fourth season for the Boston College Eagles women's rugby team.
Players on the winter sports teams at Martha's Vineyard Regional High School, reported for action, Monday, as team tryouts and practices got underway.
Two hundred forty-four stout souls braved the wind and chill of Thanksgiving morning to run the Oak Bluffs 5K Turkey Trot road race, setting a new record for participation in the annual run.
After reading about shopkeepers experiencing very slow business (
The West Tisbury Library thanks a few of the people who made our first annual Fairy /Troll House building day such a success: Andrew Jephcote, a master gatherer and visionary; Paula Bolash and Trevor Lowther, for gathering and advice; Isabel Littlefield, for inspiration; and Lynne Whiting and Carol Brush, for a gem of an idea.
I would like to take this opportunity to let our community know of the great compassion and generosity that the students at the Martha's Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) have exhibited recently during our Food Basket Drive (for families of MVRHS).
I attach a letter below that I intended to present to the Martha's Vineyard Commission members and their executive director, Mark London, at their 5:30 pm hearing on Monday, November 28, concerning whether they should add large houses to their DRI checklist.
What I haven't yet understood, in all of this discussion of the Blinker and the roundabout, is why on earth we would want cars to move more quickly through that area at all.
It continues to be frustrating to live in Edgartown and not have cable/internet service from either Comcast or Verizon.
I ask the Oak Bluffs selectmen to please answer this question: Why don't the residents of the town of Oak Bluffs have an opportunity to vote on the
Town officials and Island residents have seen
One of my morning rituals is walking my dog from my Lagoon Heights home in Oak Bluffs down to the Lagoon boat area at the foot of Hudson Avenue.
I would like to thank the very nice person whom my service dog Ike and I met outside the Newes cafe.
I can't remember ever having written a letter to a newspaper since I had a part time copywriter job for the Bethlehem Globe Times while in college.
The appearance of a wind turbine on the rolling, and beloved, geography of the Allen Farm in Chilmark has occasioned a vigorous debate over the wisdom of such installations.
Allowing for seasonality, automobile drivers here share the roads with bicyclists, motorcyclists, mopeders, joggers, runners, walkers, power walkers, rollerbladers, deer, skunks, raccoons, squirrels, guinea hens, turkeys, the occasional skittering chipmunk, and crows.
The irony of this situation is almost too rich.