Yearly Archives: 2011
Judging by the attendance at a talk by Dr.
While kale and root crops extend this season, local gardeners are planning for the next one.
Grace Church was a whirlwind of wrappers, packers, sorters, and stackers preparing for tomorrow's distribution of Red Stocking gifts.
It will be a few years, but eventually the museum will occupy a large site that looks out over the Lagoon.
And then there's the Base, a funky, fantastic lower level that's part performance center, part sound studio, part hang-out spot, and all cool.
On Pearl Harbor Day, the VFW hosted an unusual art exhibition by combat artist Al Hurwitz.
Some lilies can make some pets very sick, but most plants and flowers are can coexist with pets just fine.
David Pothier and Chris Scott recently became officers in the local chapter of the Coast Guard Auxiliary.
Sea Spa Salon located inside the Vineyard Square Hotel in Edgartown announced that Virginia Vogt has joined the team as an aesthetician and makeup artist, with credentials in oncology aesthetics, resurfacing peels, peptide infusions, and lash extensions.
A paragraph in a news brief published Dec.
Island businessman Peter Goodale is cautioning Islanders to be aware of an email scam that targeted him.
The Permanent Endowment Fund for Martha's Vineyard announced that executive director Ralinda Young Lurie of Chilmark has decided to move on after four years of successfully heading the foundation.
Steamship Authority passenger traffic was off 1.
Give a man a fish, feed him for a day. Send him some lures, make him very happy. Foreign aid takes many forms.
Los Angeles-based movie director Daniel Adams inflated expenses for two films he made in Massachusetts in order to collect $4.
Last day to enjoy Menemsha Cafe dinner is Friday, December 16.
Members of the Martha's Vineyard Drug Task Force arrested Luke Depriest, 32, of Oak Bluffs on drug charges, following a search of his house on Thursday, December 8.
The non-profit organization will begin talks with Edgartown about acquiring the historic Carnegie Library building.
Selectmen and water commissioners disagreed on their choice to fill a vacant seat on the water commission. The selectmen prevailed.