Monthly Archives: December 2011
We would like to extend our heartfelt thanks to the community for supporting us through the possible closing of the Steamship Authority's
2012 will mark the 35th anniversary of the Martha's Vineyard Shellfish Group.
The United States has now for years been embroiled in a war that we yet struggle to define and which has no borders.
Thank you so much for spotlighting the Federal Duck Stamp in your Nov.
I would like to thank all of the staff at the MV Hospital for the attention, care and love showered on my beloved wife, mother of my children, and best friend of 25 years, Ellen Bang-Birge.
I drive a bus through the intersection by the Blinker half a dozen times a day, so I read Nis Kildegaard's attack on the anti-rotary movement (
This is in response to Nis Kildegaard's Soundings
Well, here we are heading for court regarding the roundabout.
Twenty-seven years is a long time — time enough to have made some good friends with our neighbors and so many of our loyal customers and employees.
Having often heard or read how other people react to things I have said or written, it is sometimes amusing to realize how selective those interpretations can be.
First of all, the Martha's Vineyard Commission ought to step up and admit that it might have saved us all a lot of heartache by moving to see that the roundabout plan got an early hearing as a development of regional impact.
Ellen Bang‑Birge died at her home in Vineyard Haven on December 2, with her husband, Gary Birge, at her side.
The Vineyard boys and girls varsity hockey teams hit the ice against top Division one competition in a series of pre-season scrimmages, last weekend, at the MV Arena.
The interscholastic basketball season tipped off Tuesday afternoon at the Edgartown School, with a boys tilt between the home town Eagles and the Island's other dribbling birds of prey, the West Tisbury Hawks.
High school winter sports begin for real this week.
Coaches Eli Hawkins and Luciano Fonseca are having success with the newly opened martial arts center, Vineyard MMA, on Holmes Hole Road, Vineyard Haven.
The deer shotgun harvest is up after several poor years. That is good news for hunters and public health officials targeting tick borne diseases.
"The Names of Love" delivers a dizzying mix of sexual farce, political commentary, and satire.
Occupy Together Martha's Vineyard now has an anthem, thanks to Vineyard Haven poet and songwriter Michael West.
"Fenway Park: The Centennial" is a well-written fan's-eye view of the iconic Boston Red Sox baseball park and the players and personalities around it.