Yearly Archives: 2011


Is watching the sunrise over a hot cup of java not quite enough to give your day the jumpstart it needs? Right around the corner at the Chilmark Community Center, John Maxwell offers an all-level yoga class from 6 to 7 am, Monday through Friday.

A threat to Daybreak

Members and staff of the Daybreak Clubhouse of Martha's Vineyard Community Services (MVCS) urge Island legislators to protect funding for Clubhouses.

Arthur J. Cormier Jr.

Arthur Cormier, who was an integral part of Martha's Vineyard Regional High School and the community died after a short battle with cancer on Saturday morning, February 26, 2011.

In good hands

I would like to thank the Edgartown Fire Department, police, and EMTs for their quick response to the fire on Edgartown Bay Road, Thursday, February 17.

The value of unions

It's time to weigh in on the value of unions.

SSA prepares to install switchback ramps to meet accessibility rules

The Steamship Authority is preparing to install new passenger loading ramps at its four main terminals.

Gas prices top $4 on Martha’s Vineyard

A spike in crude oil prices has in turn pushed gasoline prices upwards, so that the price of unleaded gasoline is well north of the $4 level this week at two gas stations in Edgartown, and prices were pressing toward that level at the rest of the down-Island stations.

Lagoon Pond is sick, healing will be costly

A draft scientific study released this week calculates that Oak Bluffs and Tisbury would have to reduce the amount of nitrogen from septic systems reaching Lagoon Pond by 34.

Business Brief: Y adds personal trainer to staff

The YMCA announced that Teri Pirozzi of Edgartown has joined its health and wellness staff.