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Yearly Archives: 2012

TNC begins Firewise wildfire fuel reduction project on Chappy

The Nature Conservancy (TNC) began a Firewise wildfire fuel reduction project Wednesday on Chappaquiddick.

Corrections

Gone fishin', "67th derby ends with awards ceremony," published October 18, incorrectly reported that Tony Rezendes's 32.

Art teacher Paul Brissette honored with Creative Living Award

During his 33-year tenure, Mr. Brissette expanded a single-course curriculum in a one-room facility into an award-winning program.

Audit procedures leave Mass Health vulnerable to fraud

Thousands of out-of-state residents could be wrongfully receiving state health care benefits because MassHealth fails to verify their residency while others may be receiving benefits without meeting income qualifications, according to a state audit released Wednesday, October 17.

Home refresher course with Vineyard interior designers

Liz Stiving-Nichols, Mary Rentschler, and Lisa Benson have many ideas for slight re-decorations according to the season.

Sam Low to speak on Polynesian Starpaths at Martha’s Vineyard Museum

Mr. Low will rebut an earlier talk by Jim Richardson about ancient Polynesian voyaging and navigation.

Noteworthy events on Martha’s Vineyard

The Annual Fall Scarecrow Festival is here and scarecrows have sprung up all over the Island.

Upcoming showings at the Martha’s Vineyard Film Center

See "Side by Side," a series of short films with A-list actors, and "Azur and Asmar: The Princes' Quest."

Young talent performs at We Are The New Generation series

On Saturday night, Oct. 20, Alex's Place held the first in a series of concerts in The Base Collective.

Editor’s choice: Three upcoming events

Help support the Martha's Vineyard Regional High School Minnesingers this Friday, Oct.

Seasonal colors fill stores on Martha’s Vineyard

Head out and enjoy the kaleidoscope of fall colors in the foliage and in shops.

Comedy and pathos combine in Ann Randolph’s ‘Loveland’

See "Loveland" this Sunday, Oct. 28, at the Katharine Cornell Theatre.

Featured favorites: Mystery & horror

5 Mystery/Horror recommendations by your Martha's Vineyard bookstores, just in time for Halloween!

Happy Hallowen! Where to celebrate the holiday today

Upcoming events celebrating the spooky but fun holiday.

Lyman Perry of Hutker Architects recognized for design excellence

Lyman S.A. Perry of Hutker Architects was inducted into the 2012 New England Design Hall of Fame...

Martha’s Vineyard District Court report

October 5, 2012 Mnyamezeli J. Mbuqe, New London, CT; DOB 2/28 86, unlicensed operation of motor vehicle: to be dismissed upon the completion of eight...

On their way – Duncan Pickard

The 2006 MVRHS graduate is working in the Middle East, assisting developing governments with constitutional issues.

Charlayne Hunter-Gault asks high schoolers to promote change

Students at Martha's Vineyard Regional HIgh School initiated a school assembly program on the subject of diversity.

Island Housing Trust celebrates Lake Street groundbreaking

The Island Housing Trust (IHT) held a ground-breaking ceremony for the second phase of construction at 129 Lake Street in Vineyard Haven last Wednesday, October 17.