Monthly Archives: May 2013
Home sale prices in Massachusetts rose for the seventh straight month in April, blowing past the $300,000 mark last seen in April 2008, and home sales fell for the third consecutive month, according to data released Wednesday morning.
While House and Senate leaders continue work on a bill that would raise the gas tax, AAA reported Monday that gas prices in Massachusetts rose an average of two cents per gallon over the past week, to an average of $3.
Selectmen heard a plan to keep close tabs on required upgrades harbor fueling station.
The addition of Verizon to the distributed antenna system (DAS) is expected to improve cell phone service in Aquinnah and Chilmark.
Ben Taylor and DCLA headline a night of Island musical talent, Saturday evening, to raise money for the Martha's Vineyard Skate Park.
Well, the rain certainly did not keep anyone away this past holiday weekend.
Many Memorial Day services were held throughout the Island, and the Oak Bluffs School celebrated Memorial Day with the help of their local hero veterans — Commander Buddy Oliver, American Legion, Sergeant JoAnn Murphy, U.
Oak leaves are out, turning our woods from lavender to pink to green.
Last weekend was too cold to be Memorial Day.
We made it through a very rainy and cold Memorial Day weekend, although the weather turned nice towards the end.
The darling Darlings are back at their home by the sea.
The Square Rigger's take-out window is currently open Thursdays through Mondays. It will be open seven days starting June 9.
Edgartown School swept the Martha's Vineyard Savings Bank's essay contest with the top three winners in the Island-wide competition.
The MVRHS softball, girls tennis, boys tennis, and track teams begin post-season play Thursday.
The Brewers defeated the visiting Lower Cape Red team from Chatham 12-2 Sunday in Gateway Babe Ruth league action.
The Martha's Vineyard Regional High School girls and boys track and field teams competed Saturday at North Reading High School in the MIAA Division 4 meet.
The Eagles finished the season unbeaten with a 37-0 win. Cana Courtney and Sarah Felix homered, while pitcher Audrey McCarron was nearly untouchable.
Leslie Craven, Rainy Goodale, and Sue Jensen claimed 14 top ten finishes and posted times good enough for top 10's in age groups 10-15 years younger.
The Island's best minor leaguers played out an entertaining game Saturday at Veira Park.
A trip back in time on a Vineyard Haven harbor beach.