Yearly Archives: 2011
Find back-to-back entertainment in Oak Bluffs this Saturday with the 20th annual Harborfest, and the 6th annual Summer Solstice Celebration, complete with evening fireworks over the Steamship dock.
The Vineyard Sound – the all male vocal group made up of singers from colleges all over the country – kick off their summer season tonight, June 16.
This year's third annual Martha's Vineyard Restaurant Week is the Island version of a nationwide go-out-to-eat moment.
Thomas William Hackett of Vineyard Haven died on Wednesday, June 15, 2011 at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston.
The Martha's Vineyard Museum is indeed the proud steward of the Gay Head Lighthouse, as
Teachers are under attack.
I was fortunate to attend the presentation of the 52nd High School Awards night at the Tabernacle, especially as I had a grandson receiving one.
Under the current Massachusetts electric grid operators' rules, the traditional power companies using gas, coal, oil have to bid on power the day before they get paid, for example six cents per kilowatt-hour.
Last Thursday, June 9, my sister Lisa (BenDavid) Scannell was seriously injured in a freak accident.
I have been keeping silent about Goodale's pit, but feel I should speak about a recent development.
When a snafu occurs on or to a SSA ferry, one's anticipated day ahead of shopping, pre- or post-surgical, dental procedure, treatment, business, academic commitment, airline connection, etc.
Thank you the person who found my son's three baseball gloves at the baseball field and hung them on the fence instead of taking them.
I'm one of six soldiers who were invited to the Island to participate in the
Iris Gold, an oriental medical doctor and licensed acupuncturist, will be available for consultation and treatment beginning Monday, June 27 at the Yoga Barn on South Road in West Tisbury, according to an announcement by Five Seasons Acupuncture.
Kathy Santos Smith of Menemsha Crossroad in Chilmark is not Kathleen Smith of Chilmark, whose court appearance was included in the June 2 District Court Report, published in The Times.
Edgartown police arrested and cited a 78-year old Florida man last Thursday after an accident that left two moped riders injured.
A Maine man who has worked in Vineyard restaurants the past three summers was airlifted to a Boston hospital, after a moped accident early Saturday morning.
Lisa Scannell of Oak Bluffs was seriously injured Thursday, June 9, in a riding accident at Bittersweet Farm in Edgartown.
In a scenario worthy of the television program "World's Dumbest Criminals," a police officer arrested a New Bedford man last week, after he tried to sell prescription narcotics by text message to an Edgartown police officer.
Oak Bluffs selectmen met in executive session for more than two hours Tuesday night, and said nothing afterward about what happened behind closed doors, except that the session was continued to Monday at 3:30 pm.