Yearly Archives: 2011


Late nights in front of the computer, countless hours pounding the pavement seeking out auction donations, baking and frosting tasty desserts, and a day's...

West Tisbury

Suzanne Hammond called me last week to announce the appearance of her first snow crocus.


Brrrr! That groundhog may have predicted an early spring, but right now I am chilled to the bone.

Oak Bluffs

There really was some earth underneath all of that ice that has held us hostage for so many weeks.


Good wishes for a rapid recovery go to Mary Jean Miner.

House audit panel plans Lyme report

The House Post Audit Committee, the panel charged with overseeing the performance of state government, will not probe the controversy surrounding the state Probation Department, committee chairman Rep.

Island fish, fishermen win honors in state derby

Island fishermen and fish caught in Island waters accounted for a number of awards in the Massachusetts Saltwater Fishing Derby.

Dressage instructor joins Red Pony Farm

The Red Pony Farm in West Tisbury announced that former New England Dressage Association (NEDA) President Sybille Crafts has accepted the position of head trainer.

Dissension lingers over Edgartown library project

The Edgartown library design committee agreed to explore whether a library staffer could be assigned to work for the design committee as part of his duties as a town employee.

MVC will reconsider Edgartown special ways designation

The Martha's Vineyard Commission (MVC) will reconsider next month its October 2007 decision to add five ancient ways to Edgartown's special ways district.