Monthly Archives: May 2012

The next step

Remember the Citizens United resolution at spring town meetings? In all six towns, we voted to support Massachusetts Senate Bill 772, "Restoring Free Speech.

Wonderful Career Day

We are writing this to express our appreciation for all the hard work Josh Burgoyne did coordinating Career Day, a wonderful event.

Here on M.V.

Well, it's finally happened.

Triangle beautified

Everyone who contributed to the beautification of the Edgartown Triangle did an incredible job.

Chronic complainers, that’s the answer

Anyone reading the MV Times must wonder why dogs are an issue only on Lambert's Cove Beach and only for the town of West Tisbury.

Vote no on new leash law and enforcement funding

I love going to the West Tisbury town website and reading, "We continue to retain much of the rural atmosphere and neighborly sense of community that made us notable.

The light down the hall

As I once again wake to the 7 am alarm, I make my way downstairs to start the coffee and see you off to school.

Hope and change in West Tisbury

There is every reason to complain that West Tisbury is going about this dogs, no dogs thing on Lambert's Cove Beach all wrong.

One Island to another

Now that the last of the kids has graduated, we're going to spend a few days at another island.

Chilmark police arrest Dorchester felon on rape charges

Held on $300,000 bail, Bryant K. Brown was previously convicted of assault with a dangerous weapon and assault with intent to kill, for which he was imprisoned.

Gourmets find love among Martha’s Vineyard food

Chappaquiddick resident and cookbook author Steve Raichlen makes the switch from cookbooks to novels with "Island Apart."

How to have a bachelor party on Martha’s Vineyard

You can still have a fun party on the Vineyard without the clubs and casinos. Think charter fishing, clambakes, and a night out on the harbor.

Martha’s Vineyard gallery receptions

West Tisbury Library 4 pm.

Beautification committee welcomes all to Edgartown

Where there was just a patch of grass between the roads, a welcome sign has been placed in the triangle, greeting visitors and residents to Edgartown.

Edgartown’s Old Sculpin Gallery welcomes new manager

New manager takes reins at the Old Sculpin Gallery in Edgartown.

Miked-up for music: The Pit Stop’s open mic flourishing

There really are some reasonably-priced entertainment options available this summer. Stuff like MV Sharks baseball and open mic night.

What’s new in Nevin Square on Martha’s Vineyard

Three new stores and one new art studio add spice to Nevin Square in Edgartown.