Monthly Archives: February 2013
Islanders shared their passions with a crowd via a timed slideshow at a PechaKucha event this past Friday.
By March, all Vineyard libraries will be part of the same lending system, CLAMS.
A large, enthusiastic crowd gathered around the cozy fireplace at the M.V. Rod and Gun Club on a chilly Saturday night and raised nearly $13,000.
Walter Pizzano of Edgartown died peacefully at the Martha's Vineyard Hospital on Saturday, February 2, after a prolonged illness.
Hear from Sean Bercaw, who traveled around the world on a sailboat as a youngster with his family.
Dine on pub food such as sandwiches, wings, burgers, and other snacks at The Ritz.
Joann Gaspar of Edgartown died on January 15 at the Mass General Hospital.
Islanders celebrate the 254th anniversary of the birth of Robert Burns.
A record number of Martha's Vineyard Regional High School students took home awards in the annual Boston Globe Scholastic Art competition.
The competition held at the Chilmark Community Center was good fun for all involved in the miniature car races.
For the first time, the town's fire, ambulance/emergency medical services, and emergency management departments are all under one roof.
Farm to school programs are growing across the state and Martha's Vineyard is providing the lead for the Cape and islands.
Seasons hosted its last Superbowl party this past Sunday, and celebrated its two-decade long run with regulars and football fans.
Dorothy Alice Doerr Maxner, mother of Steve Maxner of West Tisbury, died peacefully surrounded by family on December 9, 2012.
Elizabeth Lyle Huberman, a longtime summer resident of Menemsha, died peacefully on January 30 at Pennswood Village in Newtown, Penn.
The Vineyarders earned a tough league win and can clinch a second consecutive trip to the state tournament with a win over Nauset, Wednesday at home.
After a 10-2 start to the season, the Vineyarders are 0-2-1 in their past three games, all against Eastern Athletic Conference opposition.
A report of a break-in led police to the house where the suspect protested that a new state law allowed him to grow marijuana for medical use.