Yearly Archives: 2011
What a blustery Halloween weekend we had.
It was so much fun to see how Main Street was joyously celebrating Halloween.
Well, it is good to be back.
Wind and rain and frost, oh my.
Five separate participants photographed at least 15 of 20 locations in a summer-long scavenger hunt, part of The Martha's Vineyard Land Bank Commission's 25th anniversary activities.
Ashley Willoughby and Aaron Blake of Oak Bluffs announce the birth of their daughter, Addison Skye Blake, on October 25 at Martha's Vineyard Hospital.
Eighteenth annual Barn Raisers' Ball, Saturday 7:30 to 10 pm at the Ag Hall.
Sometimes, traditional remedies won't help dogs that are plagued by especially persistent ear mites.
He held almost every possible position in Chilmark, but the true mark of the man, was his devotion to his family, his animals, and his plants.
Once a century or so, a representative of this very southern species appears on the Island.
Olivia Jacobs, 13, raised enough money to volunteer at a pet rescue program in Utah last summer, and donate $700 in the process.
Representatives from the American Legion National Headquarters in Washington, D.
Halloween weekend was mostly quiet down-Island, police report.
A group of 24 Martha's Vineyard emergency medical technicians (EMTS), and paramedics spent the weekend completing a 16-hour course designed to provide realistic training in the procedures necessary to deal with sometimes horrific injuries.
Time changes overnight Saturday, when daylight savings time ends and standard time begins.
Larry's Tackle Shop in Edgartown annually sponsors Octoberfish, a month-long fishing tournament for those unwilling to part with their rod and reel when the Bass and Bluefish Derby finishes.
Groups of Islanders undeterred by blustery winds gathered Sunday afternoon at Menemsha Harbor and at Owen Park in Vineyard Haven in support of Occupy Wall Street demonstrators.
A Dukes County grand jury returned indictments in the June 14 fight that left one man dead on a Tisbury street.