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Yearly Archives: 2012

Bishop Feehan hands Martha’s Vineyard boys first hoops defeat

Bishop Feehan jumped on top early and survived a late Vineyard surge to hand MV its first loss of the season in boys high school hoops.

Vineyard girls skate to 6-0 win as Nan Rheault tourney beckons

The Vineyard girls varsity hockey team heads into the Nan Rheault tourney riding the momentum of a 6-0 win over division rivals Cohasset/Hanover.

Vineyard YMCA Makos make waves against Nantucket, Eastham

The bleachers at the YMCA pool were packed with fans as the Martha's Vineyard Makos took to the water Saturday afternoon in a three-team meet.

Martha’s Vineyard real estate: Looking forward (part 2 of 2)

Martha's Vineyard professionals offer insight into the 2012 real estate market.

Island student plans to teach in Dominican Republic orphanage

Camila Fernandez is working to raise funds for a teaching trip to a Dominican Republic orphanage.

Academic Honors

Michael Coulter of Edgartown graduated Magna Cum Laude from Northeastern University in Boston, earning a BA in both philosophy and religious studies.

Oak Bluffs PA Club raised $25,000 for family left motherless

Bethany Haveard died on November 6, just 12 days after giving birth to twin girls.

With just a taste of winter so far, the harvest goes on

Most years, gardens would be covered by snow by now, or turned under, but this is 2012 and who knows what's going on.

Pets can’t describe pain, so how do vets treat for it?

Vets continue to be vexed by measuring pain in pets, and which medications work best to alleviate it.

Island wide roundabout vote sought by West Tisbury, Edgartown

Edgartown and West Tisbury selectmen will discuss the lawsuit, after the first costly bills arrive.

Elizabeth Muriel Cole Frieh

Elizabeth Muriel Cole Frieh, 93, died January 11, with her family at her bedside.

A dream realized

On January 7, we held an auction fundraiser for our friend Bethany Sylvia Haveard's family.

Another season ended, so many to thank

Well, another season of Vineyard football has come to an end.

Extremely generous

Once again this year, the Island has proved its extreme generosity in giving to our annual Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign.

Beach access is all

I enjoyed last week's

Huge success

The MVNAACP sends a great big thank-you to the Tisbury Market, Mocha Mott's, Waterside Cafe, Al's, Linda Jean's, the Scottish Bakehouse, Tisbury Shell, Stop & Shop, Seasons, Mansion House, Citgo, Cash & Carry, and Chilmark Water, for their generosity, and to all who helped to make our Kwanzaa celebration a huge success.

An awesome job

On behalf of the Tiger Scouts, I would like to thank Officer Viera and the West Tisbury Police Department for taking time to spend with us last Friday evening.

Health warning

I'm writing this letter to let you know of a concern of mine.