Yearly Archives: 2012
The Stars and Stripes Festival brings world class performers to the Flatbread venue in Edgartown. This show is expected to sell out.
Katherine Rogers, the county commissioner's top choice said thanks, but no thanks. On Wednesday night the job was offered to Martina Thornton.
A graveside service was held at 11 am, Saturday, July 7 in the New Westside Cemetery, Robinson Road, Edgartown.
Heather LaFlamme, 21, of Berlin, N.H., who suffered the most severe injuries, died Saturday at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, police said.
P.J. Martinez and Alex Doll, both from the Washington, D.C. area, won the five-mile 2012 July 4th Murdick's Run The Chop Challenge.
State Police are investigating a two car crash on Barnes Road that sent five people to Martha's Vineyard Hospital, three with serious injuries.
The vehicles collided just north of the Airport Mobil gas station. Three people were transported by MedFlights to Boston area hospitals
The 15th Independence Day Children's Parade, kicked off the Island's Fourth of July festivities.
A pipe that supplies gasoline to a fuel pump at the end of Church's Pier ruptured.
Richard Joseph Mackey died peacefully in his sleep on July 2, 2012, surrounded by his loving family in Falmouth, Massachusetts.
Edgartown wastewater commissioners voted at a June 14 meeting to reduce the rate for septage discharged at the town's wastewater treatment plant.
Sunday night's thunderstorm provided some relief from the heat and humidity of the past week.
There is no going back now, folks.
Where's Waldo? If your youngster likes to look for Waldo, you should take the child to many of the businesses in Tisbury and find Waldo.
In the headlines this week are a few family get-togethers, a birthday or two, some local events and a mention of who's in town.
Oh July, here you are.
I hope you all flew your flags on the fourth on our country's birthday.
June 19, Kim M.
Jane Alexander of Vineyard Haven received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Boston College in Chestnut Hill.