Hunters and conservationists joined forces at the annual Ducks Unlimited dinner at the Harbor View Hotel earlier this month, drawn by a mutual love and concern for the natural world and the creatures that inhabit it.
West Tisbury School principal Michael Halt returned to Martha’s Vineyard Sunday, April 10, after completing a 15-month tour in Afghanistan.
Island charter fishermen came to the Edgartown selectmen’s meeting Monday armed with eight letters of support and a boatload of opposition to a Hyannis company’s request to operate a charter fishing boat from Memorial Wharf.
A Green Careers Day on Tuesday at Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School featured a panel of professionals in energy related careers.
The Sandwich under-13 boys’ youth lacrosse team earned the honors Sunday, at the Oak Bluffs school, 7-3.
The Vineyard Haven Steamship Authority Terminal has won an Energy Star Award, with a rating of 84 out of a possible 100.
Edgartown voters moved methodically and efficiently through special and annual town-meeting warrants Tuesday evening and approved a $27,528,381 operating budget for fiscal 2012.
The Community Solar Greenhouse (COMSOG) sponsored their first 2011 workshop late last month, called Living Raw on Martha’s Vineyard.