Yearly Archives: 2011


Here we are amid those lovely, warm fall days that we brag about to tourists when asked how we deal with the summer crowds: "Don't worry.


They ate lots of potatoes while on their Canadian adventure, but the MacLeod family is now home and settling back into the work and school routine.

Bid Whist tourney goes annual on Martha’s Vineyard

Friends and family of the late Buddy Harris keep the game he loved alive at the Portuguese-American Club.


Luciana and Jesse Fuller of Oak Bluffs announce the birth of their son, Anthony Fuller, on September 9 at Martha's Vineyard Hospital.

YMCA offers tech training to Martha’s Vineyard youth

Funded by Comcast, a new program at the Y will help prepare young Islanders from low-income families to join the current workforce.

The 7th Annual Aquinnah Wampanoag Powwow

Drumming, dancing, and socializing characterized the seventh annual Aquinnah Wampanoag Powwow held in the circle at Gay Head over the weekend.

Two fine striper treatments for Martha’s Vineyard fish lovers

Striped bass fillets tend to be tender and flaky, but how best to bring out their delicate flavor?

Two venerable gents inform Martha’s Vineyard road race

A road race has been named after two elder statesmen who inspired and nourished an event for the NAACP of Martha's Vineyard.

Martha’s Vineyard resident keeps ancestor’s heroics alive

Herb Ward of Vineyard Haven has made sure that the heroics of his great grandfather, Levi Jackson of Edgartown, will stay in the public eye.

Martha’s Vineyard hero recognized 100 years later

The wreck of a six-masted schooner off Chappaquiddick made a hero of an Edgartown fisherman and his three-man crew.