Yearly Archives: 2011
Under the direction of Kate Poole Murray, MVRHS actors took on "Chess," a complicated production, and acquitted themselves well.
Big Brothers Big Sisters is alive and well on the Island, but there's a need for more adult mentors.
Like any relationship, it takes work, but the payoff between a Big Brother and his Little can be huge "”Â for both of them.
Thanksgiving has certainly evolved over the years.
Sun streaked the sky around six o'clock this morning, but it's settled into an overcast gray.
First, please notice my new e-mail address —
As you give thanks this holiday season, remember the hungry children here on our Island.
Happy Thanksgiving everyone! Here's my gratitude short list: my family, especially my mother-in-law, who is battling stomach cancer right now, my friends near and far, the Chilmark Pre-School, the abundance of good food and even better company, the Aquinnah Library, the Martha's Vineyard Film Festival, our babysitters, my health, and the peace and quiet of Aquinnah this time of year (soon to be broken by deer shooting) and early bedtimes caused by daylight savings time.
Once again, it is the time of year to give thanks.
AT&T company representatives will set up shop at the Clarion Inn on Upper Main Street in Edgartown next week to showcase the company's Holiday Collection of products and services, which include the Apple I Phone 4s and I Pad2, as well as the latest smart phones from Blackberry, Android, and Windows, according to a press release.
The wind turbine cost approximately $410,000. That figure will be defrayed by a $100,000 grant and a 30 percent federal tax credit.
The Martha's Vineyard Arena, in collaboration with the Rocksprings Foundation, thanks everyone who attended the free skating clinic this past weekend.
Thank you to everyone who came out to Wingfest 2011 at Sharky's Cantina in Edgartown on Saturday, November 12.
Our goal in writing this letter to Sen.
We support and want Comcast to provide service to Chappy.
We desperately need Comcast on Chappy.
I am writing to express my support of Comcast providing cable service to Chappaquiddick, as a resident of Chappy.
I would like to add my voice to those expressing a very strong desire to have Comcast service available to those living on Chappaquiddick.