Yearly Archives: 2011
Back into the real New England World of colder and unpredictable weather are many Oak Bluffs residents who enjoyed warmer and sunnier climates this past week of school vacation.
In continuing our winter tour, I am reporting this week from the French Quarter, Mardi Gras central.
Welcome back to everyone who was away over February break, and I really hope you all brought some warmth and sunshine home with you because the winter thing is getting a little old around here.
I'm delighted about the design for the new Edgartown Library, which provides for both children and adults.
Hello, Thursday! We've nearly made it through to another weekend.
The daffodils will arrive next Tuesday.
Have you stopped by down-Island Cronigs lately? Okay, now it is time to take a deep breath and let out a long sigh.
The Martha's Vineyard Regional High School boys varsity basketball team defeated Norwell in front of a raucous hometeam crowd Wednesday night.
I traveled to Oak Bluffs to return a jacket I purchased for my son.
Twenty years ago I walked out of the M.
More than 40 years ago, a friend, an ex-marine, who served in Vietnam and survived countless firefights and fortunately returned home miraculously unscathed, would always tell me, "It only takes one man to start a revolution.
Tisbury selectmen honored Rasmus Sayre Tuesday.
This Wednesday is "Wellness Day" at Martha's Vineyard Regional High School.
Enrollment at Martha's Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) will likely remain stable through the 2014-15 school year, according to the most recent projections made by the New England School Development Council (NESDEC), a not-for-profit educational organization.
If Robert Frost had been at the Tisbury selectmen's meeting Tuesday, he might have had second thoughts about writing that "Good fences make good neighbors.
The Oak Bluffs board of health ordered the Oyster Bar Grill closed Tuesday, March 8, until the Circuit Avenue establishment complies with required inspections.
At their Monday meeting, Edgartown selectmen approved a 68-article annual
The police call early Saturday morning was not a case of rounding up the usual suspects for Edgartown Police officers Stephanie Immelt, left, and Officer William Bishop.
Edgartown District Court presiding justice H.
Having resolved the current fiscal year budget crisis with a series of cuts, Oak Bluffs selectmen Tuesday turned their attention to the next fiscal year and a proposed operating budget that would sharply reduce many town services.