Yearly Archives: 2011
Firefighters from three towns successfully battled a fire in a boat storage building at Maciel Marine Saturday. The cause is undetermined.
Tisbury officials refused to provide any details about the decision to fire the veteran officer, placed on paid administrative leave on August 1.
The Vineyard girls varsity soccer team capped off senior day with its first home victory of the season, a 5-0 whitewashing of Cape Tech, Friday, at Dan McCarthy Field.
The Martha's Vineyard boys varsity soccer team defeated Bishop Feehan at Attleboro, Tuesday, 4-2, improving their season record to 10-4-2.
Each year following the Labor Day holiday, many of the Island's service industry professionals gather together on Tuesday afternoons to play softball at Veterans Park in Vineyard Haven.
It was no contest at Dan McCarthy field, Friday, when Bishop Feehan came to play; football, that is.
The Vineyard incurred two Nor'easters this weekend.
Ace MV and Featherstone offered a class in cake decorating, and Instructor Eniko DeLisle covered all the basics of a beautiful cake in just two hours.
About 1 percent of the $9.6 billion spent on Medicaid claims last fiscal year covered services for immigrants who couldn't prove their legal status.
Administration regulators announced that they have approved an average 4.8 percent increase in base premiums for individuals and small businesses.
The Martha's Vineyard Commission, in a tie vote last Thursday evening, chose to let the Oak Bluffs roundabout project proceed.
With Thanksgiving just around the corner, go find local goods and produce at farmer's markets and go watch school plays.
Every other year, the Minnesingers head for Europe to share their talents and check out the source of much of their music.
Winter clothing collected by congregants at Faith Community Church found new bodies to warm at a give-away on Saturday.
From Toronto, Michigan, Florida and all around the Island, the class of 1966 came together 45 years after graduation.
If feels like it's always been there, but the Tisbury Senior Center was just a hole in the ground a little more than 20 years ago.
Don't knock it until you try it. Spinning helps you stay in shape and burns calories during off-season.
Hospice of Martha's Vineyard has announced that Edo Potter of Chappaquiddick (in Edgartown) is the winner of this year's Spirit of the Vineyard award.
"The sheer force of nature's assaults, like the storm unleashed last weekend, are always sobering.
Clyde Smith took home top honors at the Chilmark Volunteer Firefighter's Association annual Halloween festivities at the Community Center.