Yearly Archives: 2011
John Wajda, 43, of Lower Waterford, Vermont, and formerly of Martha's Vineyard and Methuen, died on Wednesday, January 12, while at Tufts Medical Center in Boston.
JetBlue Airways announced Tuesday it would offer an introductory fare of $49 for its new seasonal service between Martha's Vineyard and John F.
The Martha's Vineyard Youth Task Force will sponsor a free presentation for parents by Internet safety expert Kaitlyn LeClerc Greer at 7 pm, Wednesday at the YMCA.
Edgartown School will host its 23rd annual National Geographic Bee at 9 am on Tuesday, January 18, in the gymnasium.
Dukes County Sheriff Michael McCormack said he will seek charges against an inmate and a jail visitor following an attempt, on January 5, to smuggle drugs into the Dukes County jail.
The Tisbury selectmen, meeting with the Oak Bluffs selectmen Tuesday, at the start of their regular evening meeting, agreed to convene in executive session to discuss contract negotiations.
An investigation into the Christmas day blaze that completely destroyed a four-bedroom house in the Deep Bottom subdivision in West Tisbury has answered the question of where the fire started but not why.
Barbara Flanders Seward, 87, of Menemsha, died peacefully on January 3, 2011, at Tobey Hospital in Wareham.
To the Editor: Rupert has written a letter but I had to sign it for him: "Hey listen up. It's not about you. It's all about...
I would very much like to invite residents of West Tisbury and Chilmark to come and visit us here in the UK at West Tisbury, Tisbury, and Chilmark.
I want to apologize to the Island community for driving while impaired with alcohol, on December 31, 2010.
A two-night course designed to train students in American Heart Association (AHA) CPR and First Aid will be held from 6 pm to 9 pm, Tuesday and Wednesday, January 18 and 19, at the Mansion House on Main Street in Vineyard Haven.
Services at Abel's Hill Cemetery in Chilmark for Nathaniel W.
Kudos to Brian Cioffi for saving the young doe (Jan.
Rupert's brother is crowing in Jerneganville at all hours of the day and night also.
I just wanted to write to The Times to thank our community here on the Island for all the help they have offered in our search for our missing dog.
Now when I admire the view from the sunroom at 6 am, the vista is completely black and white as the trees have lost their foliage and the snow outlines them in silhouette.
The Whitman-Hansen/Pembroke combo was more than the MVRHS girls' hockey team could handle, a week ago Wednesday.
Outside the windows, the woods are at their prettiest.