Yearly Archives: 2011
Margaret Louise Schwier died on February 1 at Martha's Vineyard Hospital after a brief illness.
It just seems inconceivable that the cell service here is so terrible.
Twenty competitors from Blitz Fitness in West Tisbury were among more than 200 martial artists who participated in the Independent Practicing Promoters of New England (I.
The RCBL playoffs got underway Monday night at the Martha's Vineyard Boys and Girls Club in Edgartown with a rout and a 10-point comeback.
Few events capture the enthusiasm and flavor of Island sports like the interscholastic basketball finals.
The Vineyard girls' varsity hockey team played well in games last week against Barnstable and Wilmington, with mixed results.
Make space for another Eastern Athletic Conference (EAC) championship banner in the Francis "Sancy" Pachico Gymnasium.
The Vineyard girls basketball team lost to a strong Bishop Feehan squad at home on Tuesday by a score of 61-49.
Vineyard Youth Tennis (VYT) hosted a pro/junior exhibition match on Feb.
The Vineyard varsity boys' hockey team was busy on the ice last week.
The Martha's Vineyard Youth Hockey Peewee and Bantam B teams outdistanced their mainland competition in the 2011 Eric B.
We had lovely weather for Super Bowl Sunday; it was nice to be able to go outside without being too bundled up.
Welcome home to Hugh Knipmeyer.
After ten years in business in the same location, MV Tech has moved from its second floor location at 155 State Road (Merchants Mart) to 480 State Road, the SBS building) in Vineyard Haven.
Here I type in a sundress in St.
The clock is ticking.
We'd like to thank all those who helped make the Martha's Vineyard Youth Leadership Initiative's Job Shadow Day a great success.
A story published February 3, "Feehan comeback puts Vineyarders on ice," incorrectly reported that Tyson Araujo and Shay Hill assisted on Tyler Araujo's goal at 4:12 of the second period.
A film festival sponsored by Cape Light Compact's (CLC) energy education program and the Cape Cod Museum of Natural History seeks entries from aspiring filmmakers who are middle school and high school students on Martha's Vineyard and the Cape.