Yearly Archives: 2012
Coralee LaRue, a sixth-grader at Tisbury School, took first place at an Island-wide spelling bee Friday.
Cynthia Bloomquist killed her shotgun-wielding husband with his own pistol, following a violent struggle.
Oak Bluffs has published the town's annual and special town meeting warrants. Voters will be asked to take action on Tuesday, April 10.
Police and emergency responders rushed to 19 Skiff's Lane Friday morning, where an estranged couple wrestled over a pistol.
Matt Bradley of Oak Bluffs, a paramedic and Navy reservist, got a hero's welcome upon his return from war last Thursday, March 22.
John Howard (Jack) Bryant, 74, of West Tisbury died on March 19, 2012, at Martha's Vineyard Hospital after a brief illness.
An independent audit highlights issues that the town has failed to fix, despite several years of critical management letters on the same topics.
The Workout and Vineyard Tennis Center is hosting a free 7th Grade Girls Day on Saturday.
A hearty group of Islanders competed Sunday in the 35th New Bedford Half Marathon.
Two skaters from the Martha's Vineyard Figure Skating Club competed well in the 5th annual South Shore Open in Rockland, MA on Sunday March 18.
Both the eighth and sixth grade Vineyard girls travel hoops teams won the season-ending St. Patty's tourney held in Kingston last weekend.
Islanders Anna and Patrick Flaherty each had successful ski seasons as members of the Berkshire East ski race team in Charlemont, MA.
Four Vineyarders placed first throughout 10 divisions in the eighth annual Vineyard Social frisbee golf tournament held last weekend in Edgartown.
We began the season with a lot of conversations that went like "it will be a growing season", "we will learn to persevere", and "it will make the kids stronger.
Vineyard documentary filmmaker Len Morris received the 2012 Iqbal Masih Award on March 20 from the U.
Voters get a last chance to review the design of the town library, which is about to be renovated and enlarged, at a cost of $6.055 million.
For Molly and Eric Glasgow, the dream of owning a farm has led to a steep learning curve and plenty of hard work.
Chilmark selectmen take angry exception to a Coast Guard decision that claims the fire that destroyed the Coast Guard boathouse began on town's dock
The Tisbury selectmen voted this week to end the town practice of shifting a larger portion of the town's tax levy to commercial property owners.
On Sunday, April 29, a memorial gathering for