Yearly Archives: 2011
Verizon has done it again.
The Vineyard's two junior Babe Ruth softball squads hosted the Falmouth Clippers in a double header Sunday afternoon, at Martha's Vineyard Regional High School.
I've returned from the 2011 Scripps National Spelling Bee.
The Shanghai-born choreographer H.
On Saturday, I will help to host the Martha's Vineyard Rod and Gun Club Catch and Release Tournament.
Well, summer certainly came overnight.
A tangled web of licenses, policies, and procedures allows widely differing levels of noise at different times, and makes compliance with noise regulations confusing and difficult, according to Oak Bluffs restaurant and bar owners, musicians, and police.
A native of Delaware, where she made her winter home, Polly Hill liked experimenting with warm-weather plants to see if they could survive cold West Tisbury.
Sense of Wonder Creations 1–5 pm, Vineyard Haven.
Fans of Irish writer James Joyce around the world celebrate June 16, which they call Bloomsday after Leopold Bloom, the hero of Joyce's novel "Ulysses.
Thank you for considering regulation of very large houses through the DRI checklist, a priority land-use concern of both the Vineyard Conservation Society (VCS) and MVC for some years.
Summer friends are beginning their annual return to town.
The First Annual All-Island Eighth Grade Graduation Party was held at Nectar's on Friday, May 20, organized by the parent teacher organizations representing the Edgartown, Oak Bluffs, Tisbury, West Tisbury, and Charter Schools, and funded by the Dukes County Deputy Sheriff's Association.
Isn't it a challenge to drive here during the summer? Some drivers are so patient and willing to let you break into a traffic line.
The Rivard family gives its heartfelt thanks to all of our neighbors who took time out of their busy lives to help us look for our daughter, on the Monday afternoon of June 6.
As many as 200 fifth- and sixth-graders from around the Island teamed up to field 94 amazing racers at the annual all-Island model solar car competition on Saturday.
Hoses spewed and suds flew at two benefit car washes on June 4.
On Sunday, June 5, State Road Restaurant hosted a fundraising dinner for Island Grown Schools (IGS), part of Island Grown Initiative (IGI).
Martha's Vineyard has long been known as a Mecca for writers.
Western civilization has already produced between 200,000 and 300,000 tons of nuclear waste, and that amount is growing rapidly.