Yearly Archives: 2011
The 66th Martha's Vineyard Striped Bass and Bluefish Derby begins Sunday. For fishermen, it is a season unto itself.
Brook trout that are the biological descendants of fish that date back to colonial times still survive in hidden streams.
In a major restructuring, the Miami based company with stations in eight resort communities shut down its Vineyard station Tuesday.
The state Fire Marshal's office has appealed for any information that could help determine the cause of a fire that destroyed six boats.
Chilmark selectmen, at their Tuesday meeting, discussed a draft agreement for ambulance services for the three up-Island towns and reviewed the damage caused by hurricane Irene.
One day after Tisbury police
The family of a young man arrested for videotaping police agreed not to sue. The charges were later dropped.
Agreement reached to limit parking for police department personnel.
A special ceremony starting at 8:40 am on Sunday at Five Corners will commemorate the tenth anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
The All Island Championship Tennis Tournament, to benefit of Hospice of Martha's Vineyard, was held at the Farm Neck courts, Friday to Sunday, September 2 to 4.
Several Vineyard teams hosted scrimmages last week in preparation for the upcoming fall high school sports season.
The twenty-first annual Oar and Paddle Regatta, postponed one week by Hurricane Irene, splashed off Sunday on Sengekontacket Pond at the Little Bridge with 55 people and one dog entering the lists.
The Martha's Vineyard Regional High School varsity field hockey team began the regular season with a trip to Scituate for a Labor Day weekend tournament against strong division-one competition.
The Martha's Vineyard Regional High School golf team was the first to play a varsity contest in the new school year and got the fall sports season off to a good start with a 249-271 win over the Nauset Warriors, Friday afternoon at the Edgartown Golf Club.
How often can any doctor be 100 percent certain about a diagnosis, whether for a four- or two-legged patient?
With no significant rain in a month, Island flora is dangerously stressed when it needs to be tough going into the dark months.
Philip Weinstein, an English professor at Swarthmore College, will teach a course this fall to Island readers, based on four novels.
A special place at the mouth of Edgartown Harbor honors children, both from the Island and far away, whose lives ended way too soon.
September has always been my favorite month, the most beautiful, and the beginning of time spread in front of me.
It's that time or year again when the children head back to school after a long summer break.