Monthly Archives: March 2012
Massachusetts state representative Tim Madden honored Martha's Vineyard Regional High School senior Peter Keaney with an award Sunday, commemorating his 1,000 career point, scored in a boys varsity basketball game against Norton in Oak Bluffs on December 28.
The Island Gymnastics Training School Preteam B girls competed in the Teddy Bear Bingo meet held at Paradise Gym in Walpole on March 18, 2012.
Four of the eight MVRHS spring sports teams are previewed this week.
Intaglio, a six-century-old printmaking technique, is the theme of the latest show at Featherstone Center for the Arts in Oak Bluffs.
This weekend, see the student and faculty production of Shakespeare's fantasy at the Grange Hall in West Tisbury.
The work of the late Island artist Stan Murphy, compiled by his son David, will be shown on slides at The Grange hall in West Tisbury this Sunday.
Send the family out for the night and invite your girlfriends over for a fun evening with one of the many Home Party Consultants on the Vineyard.
Alex Nagi is the executive chef at the Martha's Vineyard Chowder Company in Oak Bluffs.
The Martha's Vineyard Film Society will screen "Passione" on Sunday, April 1, at the Katharine Cornell Theatre in Vineyard Haven.
Taxpayers state- and nationwide must pay the bill for the electricity they use.
Anna Beverly Medeiros died on Saturday, March 24, at Windemere Nursing & Rehabilitation Center in Oak Bluffs.
Linda Anne Wood, since 2004 the head of the classified advertising department of The Martha's Vineyard Times, the first voice many callers heard when they reached the newspaper, and the friendly, helpful person who greeted most visitors to The Times office, died on March 28.
At town meeting on April 10, and again at the polls on April 12, West Tisbury voters will be asked to fund 25 percent of the cost of renovating and expanding the West Tisbury Free Public Library.
At the end of 2009, we
Legally, allowing one-day fundraising events to serve beer and wine to benefit good causes seems reasonable.
When you're off-Island for an extended period and receive a phone call from a trusted contractor/friend that your "chimneys are leaking.
This letter is written in support of the new plan for the Edgartown Library, both financially and philosophically.
This letter was sent to the Edgartown Wastewater Commissioners in time for their March 20 meeting.
Not one comment from anyone thinking this might be a just slightly inappropriate.
Tom Durawa is running for the Edgartown finance committee as a write-in candidate.