Yearly Archives: 2012

SSA reports smell of smoke, but no fire, on Friday evening...

The Steamship Authority said exhaust and not smoke led to false reports of a fire on the motor vessel Martha's Vineyard Friday evening.

Martha’s Vineyard girls off to a rousing start in state tourney

All five matches ended in straight sets. The Vineyarders (17-2) advance to play the winner of the Westport-Fairhaven match, Tuesday.

Tall ship Picton Castle visits Martha’s Vineyard

The Picton Castle, a 179-foot barque, arrived for a brief stay Wednesday and will depart Saturday. Tours are available Friday.

Texas PR firm’s lawyer says it, not Danielle Pendergraft, sued

The Texas attorney representing Holiday Public Relations & Events elaborates on legal conflicts involving Danielle Pendergraft.

What’s Up MV: Martha’s Vineyard weekend music

Deejays and weekly acts headline this weekend's music.

Dragonfly Gallery shows Martha’s Vineyard in pastels

Ed Chesnovitch and Marilyn Ruseckas are two featured artists at Dragonfly Gallery this week.

Photographer discusses Martha’s Vineyard connections

Shaw Cramer Gallery talks began last weekend with photographer R. Michael Beatty.

Tisbury selectmen approve police officer appointments

Police Chief Dan Hanavan recommended the appointment of two local candidates, Ryan Natichioni and Jeremie Rogers, as permanent police officers.

Tisbury zoning inspector says no to coffee and burrito crowd ban

Fed up with trash they leave behind, Vineyard Haven business owner Chris Sze attemped to ban non-customers from his property's public seating area.