Yearly Archives: 2012
Health Care Access staff said diabetes and high blood pressure are two conditions that are prevalent among the Island's Brazilian population.
A California native and frequent Vineyard visitor, Noelle Colome, interim director since July, slid seamlessly into her new job.
The Martha's Vineyard Public Charter School is sponsoring its annual Scarecrow Festival.
This past week of Island duplicate bridge competitions reminded one that in autumn, the days and the players dwindle down to a precious few at least compared to the summer turnout.
Orange Poem pressing the bright smoothly waxed skin against green Sunkist glass ridges wrist spinning evenly remembering 72nd Street, my mother smiling and whirring white porcelain draining below into a...
The six-pound Yorkshire terrier had drunk an ounce of bourbon and was passed out on the floor.
This little bird was a long way from home.
The Vineyarders suffered another close defeat to the Raiders and tied Barnstable 0-0 on Tuesday.
The Vineyarders beat Falmouth to make the playoffs and start state tournament play in the MIAA South Sectionals on Tuesday at Easton Country Club.
Former MVRHS quarterback Randall Jette will be a captain for Saturday's game vs. Bowling Green and will carry the Mass State Flag prior to kickoff.
The Vineyarders failed to capitalize on key scoring opportunities and lost a big EAC showdown with the archrival Shamrocks.
Former Martha's Vineyard Regional High School star recognized.
Chris Magee of Vineyard Haven had another strong showing in the season ending World Series of Speedway Racing at Thompson Speedway in Connecticut.
Brian Lane broke 35 out of 50 targets in two rounds of shooting to win the 2012 title.
The Vineyard harriers enjoyed their best results to date Saturday night at the second annual Bob McIntyre Twilight Invitational in Falmouth.
RCBL basketball is back at the Martha's Vineyard Boys and Girls Club in Edgartown after a one-year hiatus.
I can tell that fall is really here now, not just because the leaves are changing and the nights are cooler, but also because the endless flood of emails that flows into my inbox all summer telling me of all the upcoming events on the Island has ceased.
The Derby is over.