Yearly Archives: 2012
William "Billy" Sweeney, 60, of Oak Bluffs, formerly of West Tisbury and Medford, died on August 30 at Mass General Hospital in Boston.
There's lots for seniors to do this fall, including adding to their skill sets.
The state's early season is considered an important management tool for reducing the numbers of nonmigratory geese.
Regular season champs Monto Orthopedics beat playoff champion Coop de Ville in a decisive winner take all Gilbert-Hammond Cup Final at Veterans Park.
The Hurricanes topped off another championship season with a 22-10 win over the Wildcats, August 29, in the Island Softball League finale.
Four Martha's Vineyard towns received top rankings in a recent report about municipalities in Massachusetts at the forefront of solar energy use.
The Martha's Vineyard Land Bank Commission will make two changes to the rules governing the processing of transfer fees.
Single-family home sales in July hit their highest sales volume since 2005, and rose 27 percent over July 2011, according to data released August 29 by the Warren Group, the State House News service reported.
This weekend, the Union Chapel is the setting for the Jazz & Blues Summerfest – two nights featuring a lineup of accomplished musicians
The YMCA's Wintertide Collective, a performance and education venue for teens, opens this Saturday with a show by award-winning musician Ellis Paul.