Monthly Archives: January 2013
The goals are quiet landscapes for hunters, farmers, sportsmen, and the simply contemplative – free of worldly intrusions for all.
An annual look at the year ending and the one beginning, from the vantage points of several Island leaders.
A new report details labor trends that could make it more difficult for Martha's Vineyard businesses to find the workers they need.
Voters will have the final say on what projects to fund with the money generated by the legislatively imposed 50-cent passenger ticket surcharge.
Cape Cod Community College will offer the program, to make it easier for Island nurses to advance.
The deer tick poses a risk for hunters. But a tick bite is no reason to panic, says a prominent researcher.
Martha's Vineyard police departments must now enforce the new law, though regulations are yet to be drawn up.
Vineyard teams, young and old, enjoyed success in a busy sports year filled with highlights.
The Vineyard girls rolled to three lopsided victories over the holidays, while the boys took two of three.
Mike Mussell hit a three-pointer with 19 seconds left to give the Vineyard a 50-49 comeback win over Marshfield in the championship game at Scituate.
Vineyard Icemen win 2 of 3 in N.
Founder and director Richard Paradise, and assistant director Steve Zablotny reflect on the organization's growth in 2012.
It's not just films. It's the discussion, debate, society and action that the films stimulate.
2012 was a super year for Featherstone Center for the Arts, and there's more to come.
The former Methodist meetinghouse will be ready to host the Playhouse's ambitious list of productions.
With fresh faces and fresh productions, the Chilmark dance company excitedly anticipates 2013.
Many of the things we believe are pure evil – caffeine, alcohol, carbohydrates – are not necessarily guilty pleasures to be avoided.