Yearly Archives: 2011
The feeling of this space, built shortly after the great fire of 1883, is Victorian, which is to say solid, traditional, and respectable.
Attendees tried their hands at arranging greens with decorative berries, ornaments, and more to make the fun table accessory.
See a small selection of the well-known Oak Bluffs resident's handiwork, currently on display in the main lobby of the Oak Bluffs Library.
Though it's nearing the end of the month, there are still a few days left to see Bill Buckley's art exhibit at the Vineyard Haven Library.
The last push is upon us for gift shopping. Here are some sales, deals, and ideas.
One of the most important questions lingering on Christmas Eve is: what to leave for Santa Claus?
Steven Spielberg's animated adaptation of the Belgian action-adventure comic strip about Tintin, the boy reporter who teams up with Captain Haddock, bounding around and searching for lost treasure in nonstop action.
"I've been writing since I was a little kid. I think writers write because they have to, regardless of whether or not it's published." - Donna Paulson.
The Tisbury Business Association (TBA) holiday raffle winners are May Johnson, who got her lucky ticket from the Toy Box and won the $500 grand prize; second place winner Linda LaBrie, who got her ticket at Brickman's and won a $50 Rainy Day gift certificate; and third-place winner Leslie Mackinnon, who got her ticket at LeRoux at Home and won a $25 Brickman's gift certificate.
Some may have outgrown their teddy bears, but kids who go to the Martha's Vineyard Boys & Girls Clubs can thank some fuzzy friends for a holiday gift to the organization's popular after-school educational program "Power Hour.
The Vineyard Nursing Association (VNA) announced the appointment of Katie Ferreira to the nursing staff.
Martha's Vineyard Community Services (MVCS) announced that Kathleen "KJ" Johnson is the community organization's new director of development, responsible for providing strategic direction and management to its fundraising and marketing efforts.
Hockey players from Martha's Vineyard Regional High School report that their "stuff a bus" project to benefit the Island Food Pantry was a jam-packed success the weekend of December 16-18.
The location of the Wednesday night Alcoholics Anonymous women's step meeting has been temporarily changed from the First Congregational Church on State Road in West Tisbury to the Howes House across the street, effective January 4.
The Steamship Authority (SSA) members have agreed to renew the boatline's agreement with Tisbury and the Martha's Vineyard Regional Transit Authority (VTA) to fund shuttle service between the Vineyard Haven Terminal and the Tisbury Park 'n Ride lot for 2012.
Torbelly Assis, Edgartown; DOB 12/15/88, negligent operation of motor vehicle, unlicensed operation of motor vehicle, marked lanes violation, speeding: continued to pretrial conference.
Five years after redrawing the lines in the national health care debate, Beacon Hill is looking at new reforms, closely studying payment system plans to lower costs and examining a government-controlled single-payer model.
As the New Year approaches, the Aquinnah fire department finds itself in a near-crisis, with the sudden resignation of the acting fire chief earlier this month, effective Dec.
Chilmark selectmen on Tuesday took aim at the Massachusetts Estuaries Project, a state study to assess the health of coastal salt ponds.