Yearly Archives: 2012
For fifth-grader Benny Binder, Edgartown School's 23rd National Geographic Society geography bee all hinged on one question.
Evergreens provide relief from the mid-winter monochromatic landscape, while seed ordering offers hope for the future.
Symptoms may not appear for months; maybe it's just arthritis; what to do?
Thirty-two Island high school students won recognition for their artwork out of almost 14,000 entries in the 2012 Boston Globe Scholastic Art Awards.
High on the farmers' priorities was legislation that would enable more local slaughter and processing of four-legged animals.
State Representative Tim Madden described Ms. May as "a truly remarkable woman."
Architect Neil Withers, a former resident of Martha's Vineyard, has returned to the Island under the name, Fusion Architectural Design Build Services.
Martha's Vineyard Regional High School's 13th annual science fair takes place on February 11 in the cafeteria and library.
Edgartown selectmen accepted the resignation of Norman Rankow, chairman of the dredge advisory committee, at their meeting on Monday, Feb.
The Tisbury selectmen will convene a public hearing on March 20 to consider a possible amendment to town shellfish regulations, in response to a written request from commercial fisherman Glenn Pachico who attended the selectmen's meeting Tuesday with his sons Tyler and Mitchell.
Assessments for the six towns that make up the Martha's Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) District are up by 3.
The Martha's Vineyard Airport commission is accepting comment on a proposal to utilize a little-used corner of airport property for a motocross dirt track.
The Martha's Vineyard Commission approved a revised plan for bus pull-outs and crosswalks for the Oak Bluffs roundabout.
To no one's surprise, following a brief search process selectmen changed Mr. Whritenour's title from interim to permanent.
Proposed changes to the West Tisbury building code's energy saving requirements raises concern among some Vineyard builders; others applaud the move.
A majority of commissioners said that they or a family member belong to Vineyard Power, a project co-applicant.
It takes a lot of work, but it's also supremely satisfying to do the work yourself and know how your food was treated every step of the way.
The proposed plan is to renovate the farmhouse and buildings and sell them to a resident farmer for $1, and lease the farm property for $20,000.