Yearly Archives: 2012
Wampanoag hunt for a mainland site for a full-service casino moves now to nearby Lakeville.
Hospice of Martha's Vineyard is a baseball fan.
The Permanent Endowment Fund for Martha's Vineyard is accepting nominations for the 2012 Creative Living Award.
Analysis of the Steamship Authority (SSA) rate structure, prepared by boatline management, shows that the cost of service on the Martha's Vineyard routes decreased by $62,244, or 0.
A news brief published May 24, "
Spa at Mansion House is a new name for a familiar place with familiar faces.
With $250,000 in renovations Oak Bluff's Dockside Inn is open for the season.
Phyllis Hutchinson Conway died on May 29, 2012 after a long bout with breathing problems.
Fast broadband service and high speed digital communications make big business possible on Martha's Vineyard where the lifestyle is pleasing.
Islanders and visitors enjoyed picnic lunches, rowboat and pony rides, and live music at the annual town picnic.
Francesca Kelly brought eight Indian Marwari horses to an equestrian event honoring Queen Elizabeth on the 60th year of her reign.
Diversity was the topic of discussion at the Martha's Vineyard Hebrew Center last Wednesday.
Attorney Erik Hammarlund, and health agent Matt Poole discussed housing violations and the legal missteps often made by landlords on the Island.
Senator Bruce Tarr told lawmakers the spotted wing drosophila, and the brown marmorated stink bug pose a risk to farmers.
Gardeners got an eyeful during a tour of five private gardens up-Island "” all to benefit the Congregational Church in West Tisbury.
Some terriers mysteriously develop a crippling condition known as LPD, but it can be corrected with surgery.
May 13 On this sly May day Cold wind from Canada Rackets down the North Shore Across the water where A sailboat tacks against the tide. The oak has leaves The...
Environmental awardCaleb Slater has received the Richard A.
Fair weather, enthusiastic vendors, and plenty of people strolling through Washington Park have made for a successful Oak Bluffs open air market on Sundays.
Foster Greene and Anita Persson (playing north-south) took first place overall at the Thursday, May 24, Island Bridge Club (IBC) duplicate competition.