Yearly Archives: 2011
The weather is hot & sultry, an indication that we are in the dog days of summer. In honor of them, we should remember man's best friend, our dogs.
On Sunday they will introduce their sound to Vineyard audiences with a show titled Worldsong, a global mix of culture-defining music.
On Saturday afternoon, Aug. 27, the first M.V. Wind Festival will feature a day-long kite flying contest, along with other family events.
For Grace Potter and the Nocturnals fans, of which there seem to be a number on the Vineyard, this was a good weekend.
With hurricane Irene aiming for the East Coast, the SSA, anticipating possible service interruptions this weekend, will add extra ferries Thursday.
BrantAsil defeated Mopeds Are Dangerous in the final playoff game of the Oak Bluffs Summer Basketball League at Niantic Park, Saturday.
The High School Summer Hockey league has finished its season at the MV Arena, The teams were named for the color of their jerseys.
The Martha's Vineyard Regional High School girls tennis team celebrated its first-ever Eastern Athletic Conference championship, in a small ceremony, Friday at the MVRHS tennis courts.
Three hundred thirty two runners completed the 5K course Saturday, at the third annual Run for Camp Jabberwocky road race beginning and ending at the Farm Institute, Edgartown.
The Highlanders and Hurricanes swept through their respective semifinal series to set up a rematch of last year's men's softball championship.
Shirley's Hardware and Sports Haven hooked up in a marathon Vineyard Football Association Gilbert/Hammond cup final at Veterans Park, Tuesday night.
The Long and Meehan Snaps and the Mocha Mott's Creamers met at Veterans Park, Tisbury, Tuesday evening, in the championship round of the Women's Softball League playoffs.
The 14th annual Women's Skillet Throw, was a clean sweep for the Island's Kara Shemeth.
To the Editor: In light of a recent increase in dirt bike and ATV riding within the conservation property owned by the town of West...
Let's start with a few facts from Colorado State University.
This is an open letter to President Barack Obama.
Thank you for your beeps and gestures of support and acknowledgement.
It was June.
This is an FYI for all of us who are planning to attend the Martha's Vineyard Commission hearing on the roundabout.
In response to your excellent