Yearly Archives: 2011
Aquinnah voters on Tuesday plowed through special and annual town meeting warrants and approved a $3,048,524 operating budget for fiscal 2012.
For the sixth consecutive year, the New England Scholastic Press Association (NESPA) awarded its Highest Achievement Award in Scholastic Editing and Publishing to the Martha's Vineyard Regional High School's student journalists.
Five years ago, the two older kids were safely launched, and the two younger ones were approaching liftoff.
This coming Sunday, May 15 is Peace Officers' Memorial Day and the start of National Police Week.
Jane Legge Brown, age 89, died peacefully in her long time Oak Bluffs home on April 18.
The girls' Under-15 and Under-13 youth lacrosse teams lost to the Lakers of Lakeville at Martha's Vineyard Sunday.
The Vineyard varsity lacrosse team completed a home and home sweep of Eastern Athletic Conference rival Bishop Stang with an 11-3 victory at Dan McCarthy Field in Oak Bluffs on a chilling, blustery Tuesday afternoon.
Talking about death makes most of us uncomfortable.
The Island Housing Trust (IHT) is soliciting bids from qualified general contractors for the first phase of construction of a property on Lake Street in Vineyard Haven.
The nonprofit preschool Island Children's School hosts its annual Mayfest fundraiser this Saturday, May 14, from 10 am to 2 pm at the school in West Tisbury.
The Vineyard varsity girls lacrosse team hit a rough patch in their season this week.
This time Greg (Zachary Gordon) and Rowley (Robert Capron) are hopeful but tormented seventh graders.
Some 200 friends of Kevin Searle gathered at the P-A club Saturday night to eat, socialize, and raise money for the guest of honor.
Chappy and Martha's Vineyard have lost one of its most extraordinary citizens.
Edgartown selectmen handled a short list of municipal housekeeping chores Monday, in a meeting that lasted about four minutes.
Going through one of my piles of clippings I found an old West Tisbury column by Polly Woollcott Murphy from May 1987.
On Monday, May 9 Chilmark School teacher Susan Larsen, accompanied by her daughter Olivia Larsen, traveled to Boston to present Japanese Consul General Takeshi Hikihara with 1,000 paper cranes "lovingly folded" by students and other members of the Martha's Vineyard community and a check for $500.
As a seasonal resident of Aquinnah, I was not at all pleased with the chain of events that took place at Gay Head this past weekend.
I wonder what Winslow Myers will say about killing, even as bad a man as Osama bin Laden.