Yearly Archives: 2012
Amid tough competition Sunday, the Martha's Vineyard Rod and Gun Club in Edgartown crowned Mike Ferry of West Tisbury black powder champ for the third year in a row in the modern weapons category.
Newest play option, Edgartown bridge club, is off to a great start.
The First Congregational Church of West Tisbury will throw a party Sunday for its 50-year-old pipe organ.
Hitting a holiday table filled with treats when you are hungry is one sure way to pack on the pounds. Don't skip meals, the experts say.
A White Moth A white moth the size of the moon the shape of a gull soaring over the surf skimming the sand landing on a dune clung to...
South Mountain Company of West Tisbury was among the first six companies lined up December 3 to file the first benefit corporation paperwork with the Secretary of the Commonwealth's office, the first day the new law became effective.
Kale is a great source of vitamins A, C and K. It is also high in calcium and iron.
Before snow arrives, remove the leaf muddles from bushes and shrubs, especially the broad-leaved evergreens.
With helpful medications, an older coon cat with a heart ailment has a few of its nine lives left to live, its owner hopes.
The girls hockey team opened the 2012-13 season in fine form with a 3-2 win over Brookline Saturday at Boston University's Walter Brown Arena.
Vincent DeGregorio of Vineyard Haven was recently inducted into Alpha Lambda Delta, the national first-year honor society, at Salem State University in Salem.
December 6, 2012 Bryan T. Abrahamson, Edgartown; DOB 2/28/51, OUI-liquor or .08%, 3rd offense: guilty – 2 ½; years in the house of correction, 150...
The Suns resumed their winning ways after falling to the Lakers last week.
The Chargers proved they are a team to be reckoned with after posting 35- and 68-point wins in the opening week of the interscholastic hoops play.
Forty Vineyard Makos swam Sunday against 60 Sailfish from Duxbury in front of a packed house at the YMCA in Oak Bluffs.
Vineyard coach Matt Mincone has a fast skating team with a strong work ethic that he says must be patient and opportunistic on offense to succeed.
The Vineyard 200-yard medley relay team of Katherine Donegan, Mariah Campbell, Galya Walt, and Taylor Brasefield were first into the record books.
The students of RISE Vineyard Performing Arts present their third annual holiday show, Season's Greetings III, twice this Sunday, Dec.