Yearly Archives: 2012
I had an email from a resident of the North Bluff who is very concerned about the changing of the parking from parallel to the sidewalk to slant parking, like the parking on downtown Circuit Ave.
Take your pick this weekend. Deejays and live bands liven up the Island scene.
The Martha's Vineyard Sharks kicked off their 2012 home schedule with a visit from the U.S. Military All-Stars as part of their Red, White and Blue tour.
The Martha's Vineyard Sharks returned to the "Field of Dreams" Vineyard Baseball Park on Saturday for the first home game of the 2012 season.
Athletes, coaches, and fans alike were all winners last Friday as the YMCA of Martha's Vineyard hosted its first Special Olympics swim meet.
Five Island men traveled to Pembroke to compete in an open skeet shoot. The scores included a 100 straight run.
Maggie Riseborough at the All N.
The Martha's Vineyard Regional High School boys team finished the season with a perfect 23-0 record.
Gladys Widdiss was small in stature but strong in spirit. She lead the tribe's fight for federal recognition and was a beacon of cultural values.
Author Richard North Patterson will speak at the West Tisbury Library Foundation's Speakeasy Series on Wednesday, June 20, at State Road Restaurant.
Vacant storefronts in Vineyard Haven are filling up. We have two new stores that have set up shop in previously iconic spaces.
Featuring iconic Marvel super heroes.
The Martha's Vineyard Film Festival has continued to expand and evolve through its 11 years of bringing quality films to Island audiences.
Ring in the arrival of summer at the annual Harbor Festival and Summer Solstice Celebration in Oak Bluffs this Saturday, June 16.
Who knew dumpster diving had rules? Director Jeremy Seifert shows viewers not only the rules but the ramifications.
Happenings at the Trinity Episcopal Church in Oak Bluffs and Island Theatre Workshop's new production.
A cell phone call from kayaker Alan Hartmann, on route Tuesday, June 12, from Falmouth to Martha's Vineyard, alerted a host of Oak Bluffs fire, police, and emergency management personnel, plus Coast Guard and state environmental police rescuers, who found and assisted the West Tisbury man.
Gut wrenching testimony replaced the usual mundane business for Oak Bluffs selectmen.
Although the MVC approved a roundabout for Oak Bluffs six months ago, commissioner Lenny Jason of Chilmark plans to call for a vote to rescind the decision.
Generous contributions from summer residents will make Thimble Farm the property of the Island Grown Initiative – a new chapter and a new challenge.