Yearly Archives: 2012
The Vineyard boys were in top form against 11 schools. The varsity took 1st place overall, and the junior varsity placed seven runners in the top 20.
Prepare now to have a successful lawn next spring.
Fewer than 20 percent of the Island's registered voters voted Thursday.
West Tisbury town administrator Jen Rand said the closing would begin at 7 am and end at 5 pm each day.
The second annual Vineyard Warrior Triathlon starts in Oak Bluffs on Sunday, September 9, at 6:45 am.
An Oak Bluffs paramedic is under investigation after admitting he tampered with narcotics while on duty for the Edgartown ambulance department.
Longtime director Kendra Newick will move on leaving a gap that has yet to be filled.
Police followed a trail of melted vanilla ice cream to the window where the ice cream besotted thieves gained access to the popular restaurant.
Selectmen started the meeting with an update on Phase III of the project to rebuild the town dock that was destroyed in the Menemsha fire in 2010.
Not your standard issue shoplifter, a New York woman in high finance steals clothes and jewelry from stores in Menemsha and Tisbury.
The annual Martha's Vineyard Striped Bass and Bluefish Derby begins Sunday. Time is now measured in tides.
School administrators anticipate a successful year ahead as Island students head back to their classrooms.
Administrative changes, new teachers and support staff, and a state-mandated professional educator evaluation system are in store.
Another of the new initiatives the school put in place for the upcoming year is an Educator Evaluation system.
Several teachers will change grade levels and take on new assignments to enhance consistency and unity of direction in classroom instruction.
The Edgartown School opens its doors for the 2012-2013 school year on September 6 to 355 students.
Small class sizes plus active, project-based learning with interdisciplinary support are the hallmarks of West Tisbury School.
In addition to building and improving students' academic skills, the Tisbury School also maintains an emphasis on educating the whole child.
Chilmark School will start the year with 62 students, up from 52 last year.
The Martha's Vineyard Public Charter School is entering its 17th year providing a public school option for Island students and families.