Yearly Archives: 2012

West Tisbury selectmen give green light to cut library trees

In August, the library building committee first approached selectmen with a plan to cut down 11 Norway maples, to accommodate the new library.

The botanical winter shuffle: Moving your plants inside

Experts from Vineyard Gardens, Middletown Nursery, Donaroma's and Jardin Mahoney weigh-in on doing it right.

Praying like crazy: Psychopath takes on Olympia Brown’s murder ministry

The Rev. Dr. Judith Campbell this month publishes "An Unholy Mission," the fourth in a series, featuring ministerial sleuth Olympia Brown.

Noteworthy events on Martha’s Vineyard

Island Theatre Workshop's upcoming Pick of the Crop play festival starts Friday, October 19, and continues for a total of five nights, ending next Sunday, October 28.

Preparing for a haunted Halloween

Halloween is upon us and if you need help with preparation, here are some ideas for saving time and cost.

Literary events

Saturday, Oct.

Islanders phone home for a NOAA drifter

The floating broom stick was in fact an ocean buoy equipped with a GPS tracking device used to study ocean currents.

Tisbury considers draft plan for harbor walk and park by bridge

A draft plan by architect James Weisman offers a vision of what Tisbury's publicly accessible waterfront might offer.

West tisbury selectmen criticize state over metal bridge railing

With no notice to selectmen, the Department of Transportation replaced a wooden rail on the quaint Mill Brook bridge with steel.

Chilmark considers becoming a Green Community

Chilmark would be the third Vineyard town to earn the Green Community designation, which comes with an entitlement to grant money from the state.