Yearly Archives: 2011
Vineyard real estate agents tell us what they think about 2011.
Even though there was no snow, it was a pretty nice Christmas weekend.
A funny thing happened on my way to Christmas this year.
I guess what made my Christmas day unique was sitting with my back to the tree and looking at the faces in front of me peering wide-eyed and gasping as, yes you guessed it, the tree took a tumble behind me.
Well, we made it through Christmas, just one more holiday to go, and I am a firm believer in completely ignoring New Year's Eve if you just don't feel up to it.
I hope you all had a lovely holiday, here or away.
It does not look like anyone will be hitting the sledding hill this winter break.
Effective this Sunday, January 1, the Sunday morning Al-Anon meeting will be held at the Oak Bluffs Senior Center.
Laura Jernegan of Edgartown at American University in Washington,1 D.
Dina BenDavid, MSN, NP-C, of Edgartown has just graduated with a Master's of Science in Nursing degree from Frontier School of Midwifery & Family Nursing.
Derek Back joined the Oak Bluffs police department December 20 as the newest officer on the force.
Wise men, and donkeys, and angels all gathered at the Ag Hall on Christmas Eve for the Congregational Church's annual Christmas Eve pageant.
To keep construction costs at a minimum, Habitat has decided to join forces with FirstDay Cottages, designers of a home that can be built by novices.
Mulching is like a buying an insurance policy for your plants and garden, buffering them against unknown risks.
Some diagnoses are easy, some vexing. Either way a strict protocol and process makes the work more accurate.
We have all had the experience of loving one book by an author, and finding the second just so-so.
Volunteering is good and good for you: there's plenty of need on the Island and experts agree on its health benefits.
A program to provide holiday meals to hungry Islanders looks to the community to help it satisfy increasing demand.