Yearly Archives: 2012
In recognition of April as Autism Awareness Month, John Murray of Edgartown shares his experiences with his son Ryan, diagnosed with autism at 17 months.
This week, the discount program allowed participating organizations to buy unleaded gas at a cost of $3.76 per gallon.
Martha's Vineyard Hospital estimates it will save $100,000 by eliminating a service that provided Portuguese interpretors for the mostly Brazilian patients.
Bea Phear and partner Nancy Neil ran away with first-place honors at the Thursday, April 5, Island Bridge Club competition.
Jesse Thomas, 18, of Oak Bluffs last week obtained the Boy Scouts of America's highest rank of Eagle Scout.
On Sunday, delighted children and adults took a spin on the oldest continuously operated carousel in the country.
Native plants do best here, according to some horticulturalists, but what exactly constitutes a native?
Vineyard Youth Tennis, a free tennis program for Island kids, is hoping to expand after ten successful years.
What do you get when you mix a musician with a physician, both on a mission? In the case of Rick Bausman of Edgartown and Dr.
March 28, Wilbur K.
It's a big week, Edgartown! Now that I know you all attended Town Meeting, as no respectable reader of mine would shirk his or her civic responsibility, natch, I hope you'll all go to the polls today (Thursday, April 12) and vote.
Calling all children: Did you know the chipmunks are back and stranded on an island? See this G-rated film on Tuesday from 3:30 to 5 pm at the Vineyard Haven Library.
With an egg hunt here and an egg hunt there.
I spent the past weekend in Vermont, where it actually snowed.
The weather was mostly kind to us over the Easter weekend.
The 2011 Town Report is out.
Former Edgartown therapist Michael Ditchfield is working on his third novel.
Loosely based on the 1980s TV show.