Yearly Archives: 2012
James Sullivan's book "Island Cup," is the story of the Nantucket-Martha's Vineyard football rivalry.
Hundreds of onlookers on land and on the sea crowded around the scales to catch a glimpse of a shark. But not everyone was thrilled by the sight.
If you are new to growing some of your food, you are discovering that success requires a daily commitment of time, observation, and close inspection.
It was still likely that a fish bone, or similar item, swallowed at the beach that day was the source of Sito's troubles.
West Tisbury is home and office for customs attorney Jeffrey Meeks who has found a way to work off-Island from the Island.
The Thursday, July 19, Island Bridge Club (IBC) game, sanctioned by the American Contract Bridge League (ACBL), saw Mollie Whalen and partner Joe Ashcroft take first place overall with a 65.
V-MAP (Vineyard Men for Abuse Prevention) will stand on the seawall adjacent to the Lagoon Pond drawbridge from 11 am to 3 pm, Saturday, July 28, to take a stand against abuse of women.
Elizabeth Forns Oak Bluffs and Christopher McMahon, both of Oak Bluffs, married on June 23 at the Sailing Camp in Oak Bluffs.
Jessica and Afonso Arantes of Oak Bluffs announce the birth of their son, Guto Arantes, on July 21 at Martha's Vineyard Hospital.
Bess Child of West Tisbury received a Master of Social Work from the School of Social Work at Simmons College in Boston.
July 13, Barbara K.
Julie Coleman shares that she is raring to go for her first organized women's walking group expedition at Great Rock Bight on Friday at 9:30.
Well, July is passing quickly, and at times it has felt more like August between the heat and the crowds.
I was assured that turkeys don't like pinwheels.
Almost half over, by the time you read this.
There is no West Tisbury column this week.
Well, that was just a weekend of perfect beach weather.
It was not just the heat that had several people hot under the collar at the Tisbury selectmen's meeting Tuesday night.
Helen Sigelman died Wednesday, July 25, at Windemere, her home for the last several years of her life on Martha's Vineyard.
The NCAA Division One national champion Boston College Eagles will be back on the Vineyard, August 6–9, at the Martha's Vineyard Arena for a Mites and Bantams hockey clinic.