Yearly Archives: 2011
In anticipation of the annual gridiron faceoff between Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket on Saturday, November 19, Cape Air announced Tuesday a special offer for Island football fans.
The Vineyard boys soccer team invaded Somerset Berkley, Tuesday, and clinched the Eastern Athletic Conference title with a 3-0 win on goals by Jacob Lawrence, John Marcal, and EAC leading scorer Jack Roberts.
Friday, the MV girls soccer team won its first game of the year, defeating Cape Tech at Harwich, 3-0.
Maggie Johnson scored the only goal, unassisted, in the Vineyard field hockey defeat of Nauset, here, Saturday, improving the team's record to 5-7-3.
Winning half of the eight events, the West Tisbury girls team ran away from the opposition in the final Interscholastic Pentagonal Track and Field meet at the high school, Friday.
A celebration of the life and music of Christopher Peter Rupe — January 4, 1972 to September 14, 2011 — will be held on Saturday, November 5, 2011 at 2 pm at the Old Whaling Church in Edgartown.
A gathering in celebration for the life of Lisa DeLorme Cash, who died on September 27 at Germantown Methodist Hospital in Memphis, Tenn.
Patricia "Pat" Agnes Mastromonaco of Vineyard Haven died peacefully, surrounded by her family, on October 18, 2011 at Eagle Pond Rehabilitation and Living Center in South Dennis, following a long illness.
Alice Willis Isaacs, a resident of Medford for more than 75 years and beloved wife of the late Walter A.
There is certainly not a shortage of Halloween events this year on the Vineyard.
The story has the elements of a classic haunting tale: an isolated manor house, a beautiful young woman, a mysterious employer, & oddball characters.
A look at the voice behind Elmo, plus a bit on Vineyard Haven Library's Silent Film Series.
How much fun it was to have Edgartown School's third and fifth grade students, families, and teachers join us for "Celebrate Fall with Jake and Marji.
We must stop the 2011 protesters.
Last week I thought I'd drive up to the dumptique and drop off a woman's jacket that was given to me that I knew I wouldn't use.
The West Tisbury Library Foundation Inc.
I truly hope that next year there will be a fourth and fifth grade theater project, as it appears that many of this year's fourth graders will be missing out on an extraordinary educational and cultural opportunity.
We heartily applaud the decision to put driver's education back into the high school curriculum this year and congratulate Neal Maciel and Mike Dellis for taking this all-important training to the next level