Yearly Archives: 2012
A news brief published August 16, "Verizon proposes cell tower on private West Tisbury property," reported that West Tisbury withdrew from a joint plan with Chilmark and Aquinnah to contract with American Tower Corporation (ATC) to create a distributed antennae system (DAS).
The Mod Spa in Edgartown recently created its own new line of hair and body products, called Martha's Calmin' Scents.
August 9, 2012 Jackson W. Bickness, Andover, NH; DOB 2/24/93, malicious destruction of property over $250, selling/delivering liquor to person under 21: continued to pretrial...
Felicia Murray is a professional photographer, a summer person, and this week's subject of the MVTimes series, Summer People.
Moffett Race, the annual post-season, all-comers sailing contest will be held September 8.
It's time for Dr.
One strategy for extending blooms, where practical, is to include flowering shrubs in your garden planning.
Although Cadet Nurses helped staff hospitals short of nurses on the home front during World War II, they received no formal national recognition.
It's fair to say it was a competitive week for duplicate bridge players on the Island – and blue ribbons were well-deserved.
The Permanent Endowment for Martha's Vineyard is accepting applications for its fall grant cycle.
Jared Maciel of West Tisbury, Dean's List at Curry College, Milton, for the Spring 2012 term.
The Rug Sox are peaking at the right time and beat the Late Fees Tuesday to earn a berth in the finals against the Honeys.
In the men's semifinals on Monday, familiar foes, the Wildcats and Brewhas, played a nailbiter, while the 'Canes cooled off the upstart Blazers.
On the evening of the Oak Bluffs fireworks, the Monstars and Swagflu made some sparks of their own in a gritty Oak Bluffs Summer League hoops final.
Ezra Milby of Nashua, N.
By all accounts all the major events of last week were a great success.
I can feel the end of summer closing in, and I'm working out that itch to get in all my favorite things that haven't made the agenda yet before Labor Day.
Now that the Fair is over, there is a palpable change in town.