Yearly Archives: 2011

Joan Fresher

Joan Fresher of West Haven, Conn.

Sengekontacket Pond is open for clamming

Water quality samples show bacteria levels under allowable limit, making it safe to eat quahogs and littleneck clams raw.

Weekly Update – fall festivals and upcoming events, October 13

Speed dating, pumpkin carving and book swap. With heavy rain making way for a sunny weekend, Martha's Vineyard has a wide variety of events coming up.

Senior day for Vineyard harriers

The Vineyard cross-country teams honored their seniors and hosted Eastern Athletic Conference rival Somerset Berkley, Wednesday, in the final home meet of the season.

To tweet or not to tweet? 700 million worldwide have answered...

Social media may be a mystery to you, but it's a mystery that fascinates and engages millions.

Martha’s Vineyard Public Schools revamp educator evaluations

Martha's Vineyard Public Schools are at work on a state-mandated educator evaluation process that ties their performance to student learning.

66th Derby results week 5

In the homestretch, the next few days will test the nerves and will of many Derby fishermen.

Derby drama goes down to the wire

The 66th Martha's Vineyard Striped Bass and Bluefish Drama is heading for a dramatic finish. For several fishermen, it is a repeat performance.

Martha’s Vineyard scallopers welcome in autumn pastime

For many who enjoy shellfishing on Martha's Vineyard, October brings the welcome anticipation of netting scallops instead of raking autumn leaves.