Police said no foul play is suspected in the death of Amanda Hutchinson Sunday morning.
In the falling snow, Oak Bluffs firefighters, family and friends buried a man that embodied his community.
Island hoops fans may take a fan bus to the big game in Attleboro Tuesday, as the 9-1 Vineyarders look to even the score with the 10-1 Shamrocks.
“Love in Print,” will appear in color in the Thursday, February 9 edition of The Times.
Selectmen voted to place the roundabout question on the spring election ballot after a petition turned into the town clerk failed to pass muster.
Alice Oliveira of New Bedford, died Tuesday, January 17, at the New Bedford Jewish Convalescent Home following a period of declining health.
A projected jump in state tax collections next fiscal year of more than a billion dollars will likely be outpaced by “mandatory spending” in four major areas, according to the House budget chief, who is also warning of “dwindling” opportunities for creative solutions to state budget problems.
“We have close to 300 registered, and expect 350-400, but we’re ready if 500 show up,” says Pete Lambos of the 20 Miler road race on February 18.
The Permanent Endowment for Martha’s Vineyard, the Island’s community foundation, is now accepting applications for its 2012 educational scholarships.