Yearly Archives: 2012
A story published August 9, "Harbor View Hotel cottages offered for sale starting at $566,500" incorrectly reported that Jay DiGiulio is the managing director of the hotel.
The August issue of Boston magazine, which features their always highly anticipated Best of Boston awards issue, named six Best of Boston awards winners from Martha's Vineyard.
Celebrating its 121st anniversary, Martha's Vineyard's Harbor View Hotel in Edgartown has enjoyed a number of early birthday presents from the travel industry's most respected critics.
In 1910, Charles Simpson signed his name in stones by the duck camp he built overlooking Cape Poge pond in Edgartown.
Constance Goodwin brought her consulting business with her when she moved to West Tisbury. Now she travels to her clients.
VMT is an expressive arts therapy that helps people explore and expand upon their innate creativity.
These predatory insects have never been systematically studied on the Vineyard, so hard information about their diversity here is lacking.
Dr. John Todd's presentation entitled, Stewardship of Martha's Vineyard Waters, will include information on remediating water pollution.
It was a hot and steamy summer week, both weather-wise and at the Island's duplicate bridge tables.
Genevieve Abbot said the annual fair held in West Tisbury has changed considerably over the years.
Lenny Hall is a student and observer of life without formal credentials, who finds inspiration on Martha's Vineyard.
The Stone Soup Leadership Conference Institute distributed its third Annual Walter Cronkite Awards at a ceremony in the Old Whaling Church in Edgartown on August 2.
Leanne and Jade Cash of Oak Bluffs announce the birth of their son, Tyson Wolf Cash, on August 9 at Martha's Vineyard Hospital.
August 3 Berta Giles Welch, a/k/a Berta Welch, David Giles, Carla Cuch, a/k/a Carla G.
Tomorrow is the last day to register to vote in the primary.
GO TO THE FAIR.
Well, it seems as though there is a lot of action going on in those other towns this week, what with Illumination Night, the Fair, and the O.
Illumination night was last night, today starts the fair and the un-official last week of summer.
Trailers, rides, booths, tents, and displays are appearing at the fairgrounds.