Yearly Archives: 2012
The Vineyarders rallied from a 14-0 hole and clinched a winning record with a sloppy league win over the Warriors.
SSA service normal today. No standby. High winds and waves halted ferries Thursday. Motorists and anyone with outside work was disrupted.
The town effort to build a new police station requires voters to appropriate funds to allow the design and planning to proceed.
Red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, violet.
Downed trees and limbs have been cut up and removed or just piled where they fell, but mostly things are returning to normal after the storm.
Remember our veterans and fly your flag on Sunday.
I'm writing this now, the day before the presidential election, and I can't tell you how excited I am to turn on my TV on Wednesday to no political ads.
Vineyard Avenue has changed from when I first met so many of the residents back in the 50s.
The Island's Youth Task Force coalition meets today to learn the results of a youth risk behavior survey taken by students in grades 7-12.
Long-time commissioner Christina Brown of Edgartown and Clarence "Trip" Barnes, a new candidate from Tisbury, were the top MVC vote getters.
The new VNA headquarters in Vineyard Haven has space for the expanding needs of its client population.
State officials from the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs will host a public information meeting on November 14 about an environmental assessment (EA) of a wind energy area (WEA) designated in federal waters offshore of Massachusetts.
Staffers from Kissmet, Slip 77, and Juliska tell us what they learned about their first summer in business on the Island.
The restaurant plans to stay open year-round and serve breakfast, lunch, dinner, and Sunday brunch.
Tuesday, November 13, is the final day of this thought provoking show.
A piece of recent history dramatized with real-time acting rather than special effects.
This Thursday, Nov.
Inspiration, information, and exposes about America at war, including some tales you probably haven't heard yet.