Yearly Archives: 2012
The Dukes County Sheriff's office served eviction papers Monday on the Golden Dragon Chinese Restaurant at 14 Water Street in Vineyard Haven for non-payment of rent.
Life Line Screening, a company that specializes in medical screening technology, will set up its equipment and offer screenings intended to reduce a person's risk of having a stroke or bone fracture at the Edgartown American Legion Post 186 on Katama Road on Tuesday, March 27.
Heather Lee Murphy of Tracker Home Décor in Edgartown recently completed three days of training at the Hunter Douglas Custom Shutter Division facility in Arizona.
The most difficult part is to tell someone with a computer worth $300 or $400, that it's not worth it to them to fix it.
Once you start receiving spam, there's no stopping it and it can only get worse from then on.
Some two dozen families have stopped migrating, content to he here all the time.
The Vineyard's first Special Olympics swim team began practice at the Y last week.
Approximately 86 percent of college and university students are defined as commuter students, according to MPR Associates, a research and consulting firm that specializes in education.
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The Polly Hill Arboretum has announced the addition of two new staff members, Ian Jochems, a new full-time horticulturist, and Jaime Morin, who begins a nine month collections management internship.
Half a percentage point separated the first and second place teams at the Thursday, March 8, Island Bridge Club competition.
Veronika and Gary Buckley of Oak Bluffs announce the birth of their daughter, Hannah Mae Buckley, on March 12 at Martha's Vineyard Hospital.
Clay Edwards of West Tisbury at Vermont Technical College in Randolph, Vermont.
The season is over for all four winter athletic teams, but the memories will last a lifetime of an exciting and historic competitive run.
The Vineyard Travel Mites defeated rivals Nantucket and Hetland to win the Cape and Islands title last weekend.
Manchester won the Red Kennedy tourney but the Vineyard House Mites got great experience and enjoyed the ride.
The junior high school volleyball season got underway Tuesday with games in Oak Bluffs and Edgartown.
Thank you to the MVRHS boys and girls basketball hockey squads for providing us with one of the most exciting sports season in many years.
Saskia Vanderhoop reminded me that the Vernal Equinox is Tuesday, March 20, at 1:15 pm.