Yearly Archives: 2012
Edgartown spring elections will feature a three-way race for a school committee seat, and a three-way race for two library director seats.
The Harbor View Hotel will throw a parade in Edgartown on St.
Steel repairs on the Sagamore Bridge spanning the Cape Cod Canal in Bourne are scheduled to start, weather permitting, on or about March 20, according to U.
Paul Savery of iReverse Home Loans, a subsidiary of Hopkins Federal Savings Bank, will speak about reverse mortgages at a free seminar and lunch on March 22 and March 27 at The Wharf Pub in Edgartown.
Following a winter break, Zephrus Restaurant reopens for dinner Thursday, March 8, Chef Benjamin deForest at the helm.
LXTV co-founders Joseph Varet and Morgan Hertzan announced an agreement to purchase Plum TV, a lifestyle network that targeted viewers in upscale resort communities that included Martha's Vineyard.
The three course meal included the Brazilian national dish - feijioada, a pork and beans stew generally eaten at lunchtime for special occasions.
The staff of the Edgartown Public Library will present a free, informational program on building plans for the town's new library at 7 pm on Wednesday, downstairs in the children's room.
Six new Zim 420 sailing dinghies arrive on Island for The Martha's Vineyard Regional High School sailing team, a gift from Sail MV.
The pattern, texture, and color of a its bark makes a tree more interesting and easier to identify.
Vets need to channel their inner detective when it comes to topical afflictions on dogs' noses.
Martha's Vineyard Regional High School's BravEncore theater group successfully made it through the opening round of state-wide competition Saturday.
sliding into the last fret with reckless precision.
Cecily Greenaway and Bea Phear took first place at the Thursday, March 1, Island Bridge Club (IBC) competition.
Ms. Whitcraft's visit marks the launch of JAWSFEST's "Summer for the Sharks" initiative to help raise awareness and funds for shark conservation.
Cassandra Liberty Nordstrom of Edgartown at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst.
If clutter is a problem for you, don't feel alone. Two organizers located on Martha's Vineyard can help.
Cabinets, like other custom home furnishings, can turn a plain room into a place of interest.
The electronic age trend toward working from home, at least part of the time, is particularly noticeable on the Vineyard where summer visitors often bring work with them and former urban dwellers have found it feasible to relocate to the Island.