Yearly Archives: 2011
As we remain focused on economic recovery and growth, we must do so in ways that are consistent with our values and in line with a vision of our future.
Ensuring that our organization and our lands have strong, vital connections to the community is the single biggest goal of our plan.
In 2011 the Martha's Vineyard Land Bank ecologist noticed a change that was ascribable to neither innovation nor shifting public tastes.
Our officers take it personally when residents' homes are destroyed, vandalized and burglarized simply to feed a drug habit.
Although the criminal totals engender some hope, we all know that a troubling trend on the Island is the growing abuse of prescription drugs.
An annual look at the year ending and the one beginning, from the vantage points of several Island leaders.
My home has no furnace, and I only rarely use my wood stove.
I read with interest the
I want to say thank you to my secret Santa.
Good Samaritan, my husband, Peter Fisher, was out and about on his scooter trying to get around the neighborhood.
I have a request to make concerning the planning for the unpopular roundabout on the Edgartown Road.
In regards to the December 22
Letters regarding the Island Food Pantry and the support it has received in recent weeks attest to the activist, caring character of Islanders and Island organizations.
How wonderful it was at the Menemsha Cafe.
It makes me sad to see so many people I know and love in the court report for drunk driving over the last few months.
I have been spending the holidays on the Austrian Riviera, namely seven weeks in the Allgemeines Krankenhaus Wien, Austria's biggest hospital, suffering from delirium and pneumonia and other things too horrible to mention.
I would like to thank the following Island organizations: the Edgartown Council on Aging; Martha's Vineyard Cancer Support Group; Oak Bluffs Ambulance Service; Vineyard Nursing Association; Martha's Vineyard Community Services, and the Prostate Cancer Support Group.
Time again to fess up.
The Times publishes in its print edition each week nearly every letter it receives from readers.
2011 was a banner year for the Martha's Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS). Four banners, in fact, were raised to the rafters.