Monthly Archives: April 2012
Upcoming community events include the Annual WellFest on Saturday, a Women in History theatre education program taught at Charter, and Clown Therapy
Bridge club columnist Sue Silk was quick to alert the Times that history was made at last Thursday's Island Bridge Club competition.
Along with most other migrating birds and animals, butterflies have appeared on the Island much earlier than usual.
Alicia Oliveira of Oak Bluffs and fellow Providence College Army ROTC students raised $20,500 for the Wounded Warrior Project with a marathon march.
Loretta May of Vineyard Haven will be honored as an Unsung Heroine for her outstanding contributions to her community on Wednesday, May 16
Sadie H. Armstrong was born on November 21, 2011 and Isaac Micheal Rendon, on April 23, 2012
At the Northeast Sustainable Energy Association's annual conference in Boston, Marc Rosenbaum, director of engineering at South Mountain Company, received the association's Professional Leadership Award.
Falmouth Academy will host an admissions open House on Saturday, May 12, from 2 to 4 pm for families interested in learning more about the school.
The University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth's New England Marine Renewable Energy Center (MREC) has received a $535,000 grant from the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) to support MREC and its efforts to sustainably develop ocean energy technology in New England.
Striped bass season has officially begun on Marthas Vineyard
This is the second time the Edgartown District court has issued a default warrant for Emile Rowe.
Oak Bluffs selectmen voted 4-1 to reelect Kathy Burton as chairman for another year, at their Tuesday meeting.
You may soon be saying hello or goodbye to one of Marthas Vineyard's finest depending on your town
The vote will allow for the disposal of Tisbury's solid waste at the Crapo Hill landfill
Rocket, a mix of English bulldog and Labrador retriever, has been ordered to be restrained for life after a vicious attack on another dog
March 30, 2012Dean R. Shores, Sandwich; DOB 10/1/76, assault and battery: guilty, must pay $2689.94 restitution, $50 VW and $50 PSF; disorderly conduct: dismissed...
The Federal Trade Commission offers ten tips to keep your money in your pocket when scammers contact you.
Police sergeant Rodney Silvia will lead a question and answer session at the Tisbury Senior Center on April 30 about common telephone and Internet scams.
"Commonwealth may not 'pick and choose' among various complaint witnesses to locate the one with the most complete memory," the Appeals Court said.
The Oak Bluffs selectmen have lagged in revealing the minutes of past meetings held in executive session.