Yearly Archives: 2012

Island Grown School program says apples are tasty

An apple a day keeps the doctor away... and Martha's Vineyard farms in business.

Vivian and Joe Costa celebrate sixtieth anniversary

Twenty-one family members gathered at the reunion for food, song and laughter.

Martha’s Vineyard Hebrew center helps fill Food Pantry shelves

The generosity of a local congregation gives the Food Pantry a head start on the winter season.

Poets Corner: The Hardest Thing

Of a pebble on the beach.

Martha’s Vineyard Bridge Club results

It was a winning week at the duplicate bridge tables for several of the Island's best and strongest players.

Academic honors

Forty-four seniors at Martha's Vineyard Regional High School qualified to receive a 2012 John and Abigail Adams Scholarship, the state's largest merit-based scholarship program.

Martha’s Vineyard District Court report

August 27, 2012 David M. Croft, Peabody; DOB 10/14/65, OUI-liquor or .08%, 2nd offense: guilty, two year probation, must attend driver alcohol education program and...


Shanoiya I.

Oak Bluffs

Monday past really felt and looked like fall, with temperature in the low forties, many people returning to their mainland homes after their final stay here for a while, and the leaves already starting their winter color change.