Yearly Archives: 2011
Tisbury will soon get its moxie back.
Faith Community Church is listed in the phone book as non-denominational, but it might also be described as multi-denominational.
Island veterans vented their frustrations about access to local health care to a team of national American Legion representatives last week.
Only tom (male) turkeys gobble.
Tisbury's new harbor patrol/fire boat is in Tiverton, R.I., undergoing work to address a 26-item punch list the town sent to its builder, Welded Boat Company.
A small Island offers amazing variety of birds and prices for the main course on the Thanksgiving holiday table.
Tisbury awarded a municipal contract Tuesday night to Bruno's Roll-Off in Edgartown to provide services for residential curbside refuse and recycling pick-up.
We look forward to eating our weight in turkey and stuffing, but until then, Morning Glory staff works hard to prepare classic Thanksgiving dishes.
After a two-year recruiting process, a three-sport varsity athlete signs a national letter of intent.
Friday's bone-chilling, formidable wind could not cool the ardor of the Martha's Vineyard varsity and junior varsity football teams and their loyal fans, at Dan McCarthy Field.
The Vineyard Tennis Center, Workout and Spa hosted the 16th annual Turkey Open Tennis Tournament last weekend.
Both the boys and the girls cross country teams have qualified for the state meet at Franklin Park, Saturday, to compete with the best, not only from the Eastern Division but also from the Central and Western Divisions.
The Vineyarders play the Whalers at 1 pm, Saturday.
Real estate numbers for the first nine months of 2011 aren't bad, at least not compared with home sales in some of the more calamitous sections of the country — California, Nevada, Florida, Michigan, to name a few.
I could barely contain my excitement when the Y opened its doors last spring.
The sentence that concluded the criminal prosecution of lawyer Edward Vincent in Edgartown District Court on November 4 continues the court's incomprehensible but relentless efforts to damage its standing in the eyes of the law-abiding public.
On Sunday, November 13, 2011, there was a gathering at the Aquinnah Town Hall to thank Walter Delaney for his 17 years of service as the town's fire chief.
Christmas 2011 and the birth of a new tradition — support our Island businesses.