Yearly Archives: 2012
My father, an immigrant, named me for the sea. Not for the great blue shining eye reflecting its ruler the sky, nor for...
Competitive duplicate bridge is now in full summer-season swing on Martha's Vineyard with three opportunities during the week for play.
Sheriff's Meadow Foundation has announced that at its annual meeting on June 15 it welcomed five new directors to the board, re-elected several existing directors to new terms, re-elected officers, and welcomed three new honorary directors.
Skyla Harthcock of Tisbury School won a Street Fair tee-shirt design contest sponsored by the Tisbury Firefighters Association.
Remembering how we participated in worship services in Italy, we decided to repeat the format in our own meetinghouse, following a Sunday service.
The well known author will speak on, "To the Mountaintop: My Journey through the Civil Rights Movement," to benefit Island Elderly Housing.
Our dragonflies are diverse, abundant insects, and major players in our ecology: they eat everything from gnats up to other dragonflies.
Michael Francis Ayers, Vineyard Haven; DOB 4/9/63, negligent operation of motor vehicle, leaving the scene of property damage: continued to pretrial conference.
Thank you very much for covering the ribbon-cutting of Habitat's eighth house on Saturday June 23.
On a recent early Sunday morning, at 1am, I had a health issue for which my husband had to call 911.
I am lucky enough to have good health insurance, including Medicare and Blue Cross/Blue Shield.
I thank the M.
If the negotiating is successful, Dukes County government will soon have a new professional county manager.
This old house is not far away, but in every sense except geographic, it is remote.
Island Alpaca in Oak Bluffs is experiencing a baby boom of sorts: three, and 15 more to go, owner Barbara Ronchetti reported.
In a news brief published June 28, "New Tisbury police officers join the ranks," police officer Ryan Natichioni's last name was misspelled.
The Bourne Bridge over the Cape Cod Canal, the route most often used by Islanders traveling on the mainland, received a new name Thursday from lawmakers honoring Staff Sergeant Matthew Pucino, a decorated war hero killed in action in Afghanistan in 2009, when his mounted patrol unit was attacked with an IED, the State House News reported.
Cape Light Compact (CLC) recently announced new electricity supply prices for residential, commercial, and industrial customers, effective with meter read dates July 2012 through January 2013.