Monthly Archives: January 2012
Just before the turn of the last century, gold prospectors used dog sleds to travel the sub-zero reaches of Alaska.
sail away on any ocean or disappear into the larger picture.
The Martha's Vineyard Savings Bank Charitable Fund, a donor-advised fund with the Permanent Endowment for Martha's Vineyard, announced that seven community groups and local nonprofit organizations had received $11,500 in 2011 winter grants.
Emily Carter of Oak Bluffs received a Bachelor of Arts degree with Distinctive Scholastic Achievement in Chinese and Communicative Disorders from the University of Wisconsin-Madison on December 24, 2011.
Brittany Devaney of Edgartown and Matthew Lawson of New Kent County, Virginia, have announced their engagement.
Vineyard agents answer the question: Have any changes occurred locally or nationally that might affect the 2012 real estate market on the Island?
Oh my goodness, talk about a roller coaster ride.
Our first snowstorm of the winter brought such joy to the little ones of our town and such tragedy to the Hutchinson family.
It snowed! Just when I had finally given up hope, I woke up last weekend to a winter wonderland.
The entire Island paid a loving tribute to the late Oak Bluffs Fire Chief Nelson W.
The Mill Pond has looked like the scene of a wildlife party lately.
Helen Mary Linton, 96, a long-time resident of Martha's Vineyard died peacefully on Wednesday, January 25, 2012, in Martha's Vineyard Hospital.
After a two-year absence, the Vineyard boys varsity hockey team punched their ticket back into the state tournament with a pair of wins this week.
Amanda Louise Hutchinson, 50, of Aquinnah
Joyce Bernard, 79, formerly of Woodside Village, died at Falmouth Care Center on Monday, Jan.
From beans to venison, contestants explain what goes in to their vats of chili for the annual contest, this coming Saturday, Jan. 28.
Art at the Chilmark Bank, knitting at Bunch of Grapes, grants for artists, and stress reduction.