Monthly Archives: December 2012
Find deals and holiday goodies at Edgartown stores this weekend.
With warmth in the air a camp out was in order.
Are you ready for Santa Claus? It is deer week on the island so Santa has to leave his deer off island.
Sail Martha's Vineyard is collaborating with the Martha's Vineyard Film Society to show "Northwest Passage – On Franklin's Trail," a documentary about the lost expedition of English adventurer Sir John Franklin and the search for his remains.
Reflections of Peace Concert, a Winter Walk at Polly Hill Arboretum, and a Hannakuh celebration are all on tap this week.
Biographies recommended by your Martha's Vineyard bookstores.
Along with special guests, the 114-member chorus delighted audiences at its annual Holiday Concert.
Growing up on Martha's Vineyard and now working in "the real world," an Islander finding his place.
A town selectman is paid to supply goods and services for holiday decorations, without following the state's strict procurement laws.
This is your chance to influence the Martha's Vineyard Airport flight plan for the next decade.
Miniature horses, ponies, horses, and a donkey are in Ms. Clements' herd. She's a one-woman savior with a big job and a small budget.
Five years after intense opposition spoiled a Little League effort, a new proposal has surfaced, at a new site.
Worried that storms will erode south shore beaches and erase barriers protecting ponds, Chilmark will study efficacy of reef building.
A draft feasibility report determined it will cost about $20 million to merely renovate Tisbury School, without addressing the need for expansion.
Enlisted as a seaman recruit, the station's resident dog already ranks highest in the affections of his fellow Coast Guard crew members.
Four hundred giving friends joined to raise more than $50,000 Friday, just the latest in a long line of fundraisers for neighbors in need.
NSTAR and Comcast will install a new under-sea transmission line from the mainland, to increase capacity and improve reliability.
There is no such thing as a free boat, but in this case, it's pretty close, thanks to Edgartown summer resident Ernie Boch Jr.
There is no better feeling than "community," and nowhere is it more alive and real than at the Oak Bluffs Tree Lighting.
On behalf of both the Tisbury and the Edgartown schools' eighth grade classes, I thank Vineyard Vines of Edgartown for hosting their "Shop for a Cause" events.