Yearly Archives: 2011

MV Surfcasters swap tales and present annual awards

Fried chicken, chowder, and fish stories highlighted the Martha's Vineyard Surfcasters Association's annual banquet and meeting in the Baylies Room of the Old Whaling Church in Edgartown Saturday.

Soundings: Benefits and detriments

Every couple of years, as required by its state charter, the Martha's Vineyard Commission pulls out a document called the DRI checklist and reviews it.

Lovely and generous

While I did not know Oak Bluffs's lifelong resident Geraldyne ("Gerry") DeBettencourt personally, who died in December [see obituary in January 27 Times], there was a very special treat she arranged for the Island several years ago that should be recalled with gratitude.

Oak Bluffs Fire Rescue offers winter safety tips

Inspect wood stove and fireplace chimneys annually and clean if necessary, a press release advised.

Business Brief: Kiddos moves to Circuit Avenue, Oak Bluffs

Kiddo's, a children's store specializing in gifts, clothing, and essentials for newborns to children age 5 has moved from Tisbury Market Place in Vineyard Haven to 42 Circuit Avenue, Oak Bluffs, between Lazy Frog and daRosa's on the left hand side of Circuit Ave.

Business Brief: House of Colour consultant arrives

Following extensive training at the House of Colour in London, Europe's leading personal colour and style consultancy, Wendy Jacobs of Vineyard Haven is bringing what she learned to Martha's Vineyard.

Elizabeth F. Balco

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Dorothy A. Greene

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Edgartown selectmen hear plans for MVTV changes

The director of Martha's Vineyard Television (MVTV) outlined for Edgartown selectmen planned improvements to government meeting broadcasts.

Oak Bluffs selectmen ask voters to cut spending, not staff

Oak Bluffs selectmen will ask voters at a February 22 special town meeting to approve cuts totaling $238,000 from the current fiscal year's operating budget.