Monthly Archives: February 2013
Anna Jonsdottir Krason died unexpectedly on February 11, 2013, in Lake Ridge, Virginia.
The Martha's Vineyard girls' hockey team qualified for the state tournament for the second year in a row, but lost 4-2 to Latin Academy on Monday.
The decision to terminate the agreement may be the first step in the tribe's declared intention to turn its community center into a gaming facility.
An overloaded electric power strip was the cause of a Tuesday morning fire that killed a pet Labrador retriever.
An actual Oscar statuette was available for anyone wishing to pose with the authentic touchstone of Hollywood glamor.
It was an evening for carnivores and music lovers at the Ag Hall on Saturday – all about fresh sausage and dancing.
For daughters who cringe and clueless moms who will recognize themselves, a lively, original production is staged in New York.
Two films about the making of art and music will be shown on Sunday, March 3, at the Martha Vineyard Hebrew Center's Harriet B.
Festival organizers said they do not have the resources to return to the Island for a third year.
The 17th annual tournament hosted by the Vineyard Tennis Center raised $1,700 to fight Alzheimer's.
Don't hurry through Falmouth or the Cape – there are a lot of treasures along the way.
"Keep your car locked," is the message Tisbury Police want to get out to residents following a recent rash of reported thefts.
The owner of Sharky's and MV Chowder Company will open a restaurant specializing in Pan Asian food in the space formerly occupied by Zephrus.
The seven-page report by Noblin & Associates of Bridgewater states that performing all the repairs could cost more than $750,000.
A little school with a big, contentious history and design/construction deficiencies that became apparent as soon as it was occupied.
Selectmen want to pay for beach boss's lifeguard training, but town human resources committee says doing so is not allowed.
A tour bus operator wanted a whimsical Island theme, but the reaction to the new vehicles is decidedly mixed.
Peter Pan Bus Company's new policies that require trip-specific reserve tickets do not impact Vineyard and Cape passengers - yet.
The student projects reflected a wide range of interests, with a focus on clean energy and the environment.
A measure to temporarily ban medical marijuana dispensaries or cultivation will go before voters at town meeting in April.