Yearly Archives: 2011
Two young men have merged their wanderlust and technological savvy to provide a new travel service.
Neither fishermen nor loose women, both often found around the docks, these hookers are crafty, clean-living and dedicated.
For years, Christina Napolitan's lunches have been a special part of the Charter School day.
Until a year ago, treatment for drug and alcohol abuse wasn't available on the Island. Now, New Paths Recovery is available at Community Services.
The Martha's Vineyard Regional High, Oak Bluffs, and Tisbury Schools all present plays this weekend at each respective school.
The holiday is upon us, which means full tables for many. No matter how much you plan, there always seems to be a need for a few last minute items.
If you have been so caught up in shopping for turkey and perfecting your cranberry sauce that you forgot about after-dinner treats, fret not.
This weekend the gift show, in its ninth year, opens with a preview party on Friday evening, Nov. 18.
Kelley House in Edgartown will remain open this winter.
Deborah Withers has reopened her practice as a psychotherapist at 645 State Road in West Tisbury.
Travel on the Bourne Bridge is restricted to one lane of traffic in each direction starting November 17, as a steel repair project gets underway, according to a press release from the U.
State legislators representing Martha's Vineyard called Wednesday for the Mass FAIR Plan to justify a proposed property insurance rate hike of 6.
Steamship Authority leases airport space for reservation office.
Edgartown police will seek charges against Emmett Cook,18, of Edgartown, following a November 11 incident that began with a high speed pursuit and ended with police subduing Mr.
Environmental Police Sgt.
As part of the holiday season, The Martha's Vineyard Times invites readers to provide updates on Islanders serving in the military, for publication in the December 30 issue.
Edgartown assessors advise property owners that personnel from the town's revaluation consultant will visit local properties over the next several weeks, as part of the town's property revaluation.
Edgartown selectmen got an update at their Monday meeting on efforts to straighten out billing problems from two water department projects.
The Tisbury selectmen declined a request from Clarence "Trip" Barnes to join a lawsuit filed by the Edgartown selectmen to challenge the Martha's Vineyard Commission's decision to approve the Oak Bluffs roundabout.
The Family to Family Program of Serving Hands food distribution is working to ensure that Island families in need will have a great Thanksgiving meal.