Yearly Archives: 2012

Vineyard Gardens blends art with its flowers

One nursery on Martha's Vineyard likes its art outdoors with the flowers.

Featherstone launches Art of Flight ceramics

Soup was on the menu at Featherstone Center for Arts last weekend. The Art of Flight Ceramics Show runs through September 12.

New Driftwood gallery opens in Vineyard Haven

Sculpture and pottery find a new home in Vineyard Haven.

Oak Bluffs selectmen sound off, but agree to outdoor music

Selectmen granted a special permit for outdoor music to the Sand Bar & Grille, despite reservations about opening up an old dispute.

It is the lull before the derby storm

With any luck, the mini-tuna will show up in all the traditional spots: off Cape Poge, the gut, Edgartown Harbor, State Beach, West Chop and Menemsha.

Chilmark summer worker arrested in pot bust at harbormaster shack

A summer employee admits he had marijuana shipped to the harbormaster's shack, and stole dockage fees from the town of Chilmark.

Tribe’s historic Mayhew Chapel shows signs of neglect

The Christiantown chapel, once the property of Dukes County, has belonged to the Wampanoag tribe in Aquinnah since 1993.

Martha’s Vineyard Television breaks ground for new studio

Construction will soon begin on a 4,000 square foot building for the Island's community access television station.

Tisbury emergency services facility looks up to the job

The soon to be new home of the fire, ambulance and emergency management departments promises to be something for which Tisbury can be proud.

Up-Island school committee gets a head start on new school year

School committee members took up some old and new subjects, including summer projects, finances, and enrichment programs.