Yearly Archives: 2011
With the Telecommunications Act of 1996 Congress endorsed a national goal to provide critical communication services to areas that are not currently being served.
As the Island-wide Cable Advisory Board finishes up its negotiations with the Comcast Cable Company for a new 10-year license for cable TV coverage of Martha's Vineyard, property owners on Chappaquiddick are apprehensive and hopeful of support from the rest of the Island of Martha's Vineyard in obtaining Cable TV for Chappaquiddick.
The League of Women Voters of Martha's Vineyard supports the expansion of the state's open-meeting law to the state Senate and House of Representatives.
I recently visited the Oak Bluffs dump for recycling and was surprised to hear that the very green free table was no longer to be in existence.
When are the people of Chappaquiddick going to get a clue? Your little cul-de-sac of a neighborhood will not get anything from the town of Edgartown unless it directly benefits the majority of the town of Edgartown.
I read the article in the M.
First they banned the other towns' people from the beach, and I didn't speak out, because I wasn't an out-of-towner.
As a canine citizen of Oak Bluffs, I must tell the story of my recent escape and rescue in our town.
Yvan, "Ivan," Girard, 57, died peacefully in his Oak Bluffs home on October 27, 2011, surrounded by the love of his wife, Nancie, his daughter, Ashley, and his brother-in-law, Gregory Lucas, after his all-too-short battle with cancer.
This Saturday, Vineyarders will have the opportunity to enjoy a spirit-lifting performance by four renowned musicians.
Fifteen artists are showing their new work at the seventh annual "Small Treasures" holiday show at the Louisa Gould Gallery.
The Kenyan Schoolhouse is an initiative to provide educational opportunities for impoverished children in one of the poorest areas of the world.
Do not throw away that big bird just yet. Here are several culinary possibilities for leftovers.
Many of our Island stores have set out to prove that they can also celebrate the opening of the holiday shopping season with some great bargains.
The people who brought us Wallace & Gromit created this clever animated Christmas tale about Santa's klutzy youngest son who at the last minute discovers an undelivered bicycle and takes matters into his own hands.
Food, arts, and performances from near and far filled the high school with unusual sounds, sights, and smells Saturday evening.
What happens in Edgartown stays in Edgartown, on Casino Night.
Vampire fans roamed among the Oak Bluffs Library stacks Friday.
Sometimes a book is the perfect present.
The following is a list of holiday bazaars, craft sales, and fairs you can visit to socialize and shop for holiday gifts.