Yearly Archives: 2011
With the "Shot heard round the world" that put a hole in the head of the most vicious terrorist of our time, the "Head of the snake" has been removed.
The Bishop Feehan track and field teams visited, Tuesday, and as expected, ran off with one-sided wins on the Martha's Vineyard Regional High School oval.
The youth lacrosse Under-13 team lost its game at Barnstable, last weekend, 7-5, but not before they threw a scare into the Red Raiders with an impressive comeback in the fourth quarter.
At the end of the first full week of Majors Little League baseball, the Cubs and Athletics were atop the league with perfect records.
The Vineyard high school baseball team narrowly lost to Eastern Athletic Conference opponent Somerset, 4-2, Tuesday, at the Vineyard Baseball Park.
This Saturday night, May 7, the friends of Kevin Searle are hosting a fundraiser for him at the Portuguese-American Club.
After a site visit to the Goodale Construction Company sandpit Monday, a state biologist said concern about protected species will not prevent owner Jerry Goodale from continuing his sand and gravel-mining operation.
Aquinnah voters will meet at 7 pm, Tuesday, in the town hall meeting room, to take action on
This letter is simply a plea to all dog owners to not allow their canine friends to have free reign over the neighborhood.
OffshoreMW, based in Princeton, NJ, in competition with several other aspiring offshore wind developers, has responded to a state request for expressions of interest in leasing a 250-square mile part of the outer continental shelf to develop a 1,000 megawatt turbine installation.
Rob Myers of Jellybone Rivers Productions, who has previously organized a slew of musical Best Fests, is putting on Vest Fest this Friday, May 6, at the Lampost in Oak Bluffs.
The Martha's Vineyard Little League celebrated the start of the new season with a parade Saturday morning down Circuit Avenue in Oak Bluffs.
Chappaquiddick Island Association president Peter Getsinger questioned the level of Edgartown selectmen's support for efforts to bring cable television service to Chappaquiddick, at Monday's regular meeting.
Ramps (wild leeks) are a favorite among chefs. As one of the first green vegetables of the season they symbolize spring and the gastronomic delights to come.
On a day when weather proved rather harsh,this osprey returned to Oak Bluffs in mid-March.
The wind is mighty today.
Tuesday, the high school girls lacrosse team continued its unbeaten way in the Eastern Athletic Conference by topping Coyle & Cassidy, here, 17 – 5.
Alicia Oliveira's two-run blast over the left field fence with two outs in the bottom of the final inning, gave the Vineyard an 8-7 win in the second game of a double header vs, Manchester Essex, Saturday.
The Under-13 girls travel soccer team played Norton to a 2-2 standstill, Saturday.
The Vineyard travel soccer teams in all age groups have been busy on the field.