Yearly Archives: 2012
Conditions have produced an unusually lengthy season for these interesting Islanders, along with robust numbers and diversity.
Although the majority of offerings fall into the category of enrichment, the class schedule also includes a Professional Development curriculum.
CLAMS (Cape Libraries Automated Materials Sharing) libraries on Martha's Vineyard now have a free mobile app for smartphones and tablets, including iPhones, iPads, and Android devices.
Republican congressional candidate Chris Sheldon of Plymouth, who will challenge incumbent Bill Keating in the November 6 election, held a whistle-stop tour of the Vineyard Saturday.
The number of duplicate bridge players attending the sanctioned weekly games may have fallen off but not the spirit of competition.
Welcome to the Senior Center Across the street from the basketball court, A nondescript white building … that doesn't say a lot; Come inside, the mood can...
The boys soccer team is the third this fall to qualify for the state tournament. The Vineyarders will try to take down 12-1-2 Nantucket on Thursday.
The Vineyard golfers represented the Island well in Tuesday's playoffs but couldn't top division two powerhouses Sandwich and Duxbury.
The Vineyarders trailed 34-0 at the half and failed to record a first down until the third quarter against the unbeaten Raiders.
Adelaide Keene scored once and Whitney Schroeder tallied twice to lead MV United to a come-from-behind win over Weymouth Saturday in West Tisbury.
Seven Island figure skaters took home gold medals in an impressive showing last Saturday at the Martha's Vineyard Arena.
The Vineyarders are in the midst of a three-game stretch against division one competition as the regular season comes to a close.
The Bruins and Capitals faced off Sunday morning in the inaugural game of the in-house Martha's Vineyard Youth Hockey Island League.
Tomorrow the Chilmark School 4/5 students will host their annual UNICEF Fair at the Chilmark Community Center (CCC).
Once again the Charter School has provided delightful scarecrows for your entertainment.
I thought this time of year was supposed to be less busy? But this week alone I have two birthday parties to plan and an out-of-town wedding to attend, then next week is Halloween (always a big deal here in seemingly deserted Aquinnah).
Writing my column has become decidedly more difficult with the addition of a kitten to our household.
A fall day straight out of the tour booklets was what greeted us on Sunday past.