Yearly Archives: 2012
Barring a collapse between now and January 1, 2013, the Steamship Authority has had a terrific 2012, especially when the current year traffic and revenue figures are compared with figures for the last five years.
Ferry The boarding lot throngs With those longing for release; Sunstruck sands and surf await. But first the mainland must be Left behind; on ship under Escort of...
The Martha's Vineyard Fish Farm Haiti Project will hold a holiday raffle to support efforts to benefit projects in the poorest country in our hemisphere.
November 9, 2012 Joshua L. Sperling, Chilmark; DOB 5/11/82, possession to distribute class D drug (marijuana): continued to pretrial conference. November 13, 2012 Jose Luis Arias, Oak...
Like with epilepsy, there is no definitive diagnostic test nor known cause. For some reason, Isaac's immune system was attacking his own meninges.
It was a week of "nip 'n tuck" ties for the Island duplicate bridge players.
The Lakers overcame an 11-point fourth quarter deficit to stun the winless Bulls and the Suns remained unbeaten after a 130 point game vs. the Heat.
Don't forget to bring Santa a donation for the Island Food Pantry.
Advent calendars of every kind, color, and even flavor.
A great idea for a family projet.
A piece of recent history dramatized with real-time acting rather than special effects.
The third annual Festival of the Wreaths is next Thursday, Nov.
Then on Saturday, Nov.
New show of Island artists runs through December 24.
The upcoming films are "A Late Quartet" about a fictional chamber music ensemble, and "Brooklyn Castle," about a real-life middle school chess team.
The following organizations are just a sampling of Vineyard charities that can use help from the community to make the holidays a little brighter for all.