Yearly Archives: 2012
Over the past week, a work crew cleared away overgrown brush and some trees to reveal the original terraces on the property overlooking Lagoon Pond.
The Steamship Authority (SSA) members Tuesday tabled a discussion of a management recommendation not to issue a request for proposals to study the viability of freight service between Martha's Vineyard and New Bedford.
Twenty-nine year old Emile Rowe, living in an $1,100 a month shed in Tisbury, has been charged with selling cocaine.
Superintendent of Martha's Vineyard Public Schools James Weiss earned high marks again in his annual evaluation by his cabinet, which includes school administrators, central office administrators, and the All-Island School Committee (AISC).
Soldiers Randy Dull and Whit Hyde returned from Afghanistan with a special gift for the Oak Bluffs VFW in gratitude for the post's support.
Dr. Brooks will provide insights about why teens are often moody, impulsive, maddening, and can exhibit frustrating behavior.
With its latest graduating class the successful program celebrated 13 years of teaching English to adult immigrants.
Caring for our home planet now will help protect its future, and ours.
New show outlines Pathways to successThe energetic Natalie Dickerson will kick off her new weekly cable television show titled, "Pathway to your Success" scheduled at 6 pm, Thursday, April 26, on MVTV channel 13.
Sing Spring Rain aquamarine Down translucent windows Burbles in downspouts, Staccato in blue-black puddles On wet-slick streets Until golden sun and lake-blue sky Break forth in carols to the day. Tulips trill...