Yearly Archives: 2011
Friday, the Martha's Vineyard girls' lacrosse team lost to Scituate, 19-14, in what Coach Betsy Dripps called "one of their best games of the season.
Nectar's opens Friday, starting a weekend-long cluster of music including Island Thunder, Dawn Penn; Saturday night's Local Bash; and Entrain on Sunday.
On Friday, May 20 Representative Tim Madden presented June Manning of Aquinnah with the Massachusetts Commission on the Status of Women (MCSW) Unsung Heroine of 2011 Award.
Comcast representatives joined Oak Bluffs School third grade teacher Deborah Hammett, assistant Katie Mauro and their students Tuesday for the "unveiling" of new iPads for use in their classroom.
What steps would you advise a property owner to take when he or she is choosing a broker or a real estate agency?
As I write this I can't help thinking about Memorial Day weekend that heralds the Vineyard summer.
I was very upset to read that the Martha's Vineyard Commission (MVC) has quickly approved of a new
Tammy King has loved the Relay for Life event for years, but she never expected the American Cancer Society's (ACS) eighth annual event to impact her own family as it does this year.
And here we are approaching Memorial Day Week-end again.
"Founding Gardeners: The Revolutionary Generation, Nature, and the Shaping of the American Nation" by Andrea Wulf.
Two bands, Dukes County Love Affair and The Taxidermists, performed at the Martha's Vineyard SkatePark, in Oak Bluffs, last Friday, May 20, during a casual barbecue afternoon.
The Vineyard Wildlife Festival was held at Felix Neck on Saturday, from 10 am to 2 pm.
The Up-Island Regional School District (UIRSD) on May 10 awarded Builder Systems Inc.
Tisbury, Edgartown, and other member towns, of the Cape and Vineyard Electric Cooperative (CVEC), are starting a new era in producing electricity from the sun.
On Saturday, May 14, the junior class of MVRHS "went Hollywood" at their prom at the Beach Plum Inn in Chilmark.
In honor of Memorial Day, Raven 1, an AmeriCorps NCCC team working on the Island, would like to thank all the amazing Island residents for welcoming us into your community and allowing us to serve.
As past chairmen of the Edgartown Affordable Housing Committee, you have both been instrumental in leading the evolution of the town's affordable housing programs, from simple house lots in subdivisions to an established program consisting of a whole range of affordable housing options.
This is a crisis — our clinic is at risk.
Winslow Myers, author of "