Yearly Archives: 2011
Edgartown lawyer Edward W.
Phyllis Dube Jardin of Edgartown and N.
The Senate budget committee advanced a $30.
The varsity girls' lacrosse team beat Dartmouth last Thursday in front of a home crowd.
Having lost to the Red Sox, Tuesday, 2-1, the Cardinals returned the compliment, Saturday, behind Jonas Lukowitz's and Tristan Araujo's effective hurling.
Reid Yennie, the Vineyard's first singles player, seeded first in Division IV, defeated Brent Woodard of Dighton-Rehoboth, 6-0, 6-2, to advance in the MIAA Boys South Sectional Individual Tennis Tournament, held at Barnstable, Saturday.
Jack Welch, Dana Resendes, and Jeff Wray won the night after winning 8-3 over Robert O'Sullivan, Peter Searle, and Brenda Welch, securing their first place status with 56 total games won over the nine-week session.
The Martha's Vineyard sailing team hosted Harwich on Saturday, May 14.
Rupert the rooster continued to ruffle feathers in a Vineyard Haven neighborhood this week, as some neighbors demanded that the fowl be captured or killed in an effort to silence his incessant crowing that keeps many homeowners awake at all hours (Jan.
A Dukes County Commission subcommittee will recommend that county officials consider a series of changes to county government designed to follow the recommendations of a Department of Revenue study critical of county operations.
Edgartown police hosted a 40-hour training class last week to teach public safety personnel how to inspect child safety seats and help parents understand how to use them.
Florence (Campos) Lavelle, 87, of Hyannis and formerly of Vineyard Haven, died on Tuesday, May 17, 2011 at the Cape Cod Hospital.
In an effort to provide a spark to the town's struggling business community, Tisbury selectmen on Tuesday unanimously voted to extend the parking limits on Main Street from one to two hours.
Brothers Shep and Ian Murray of Edgartown, CEOs and co-founders of vineyard vines®, announced the opening of their newest retail store at 56 Narragansett Avenue in Oak Bluffs.
Weeks after labor leaders ripped a House plan to restrict their bargaining rights over municipal health insurance plan details, the Senate on Wednesday rolled out a counter-proposal that would give unions a comparatively larger role in negotiations over plan changes while still offering the promise of $100 million in savings to cities and towns.
Natalie Bosworth Brush died peacefully on the evening of May 9.
Mary Haggerty Snyder, 87, died at her Vineyard Haven home on Tuesday, May 17, 2011.
Islanders and visitors will notice changes to The Martha's Vineyard Times' Vineyard Visitor publication, beginning this week.