Monthly Archives: May 2013
The Martha's Vineyard organization announced a capital campaign to raise money to pay off its mortgage.
Sometimes hairballs are too big to come up easily via vomiting, or to pass uneventfully into the intestines.
Deborah Ratcliff will end her 15-year career, a year before her current term ends. Assistant town clerk Laura Johnston was named acting town clerk.
A tale of the adventurous men and women from our whaling past, seen through the things they brought back.
Another honor for the distinguished historian well known to Vineyard residents.
The annual picnic provided plenty of fun and a chance for Island residents to shake off their winter blues and catch up with seasonal friends.
Mildred "Millie" Briggs of Vineyard Haven, artist, cookbook author and restaurateur, died on Sunday, May 26.
Martha's Vineyard honored the nation's fallen heroes Monday with a parade and solemn ceremony at Oak Grove cemetery in Tisbury.
A "catastrophic" fire in the Chilmark farm's creamery late Friday night forced the owners to close the farm stand.
Ben Bosworth was the race winner. Islanders Rene Da Silva of Vineyard Haven and Bonnie Kingsbury of Edgartown were the men's and women's runners-up.
Many students showed off their work from the school year last Wednesday at the annual event.
Don't let the rain stop you from having a great holiday weekend on Martha's Vineyard.
The Polly Hill Arboretum Visitor Center opens for the season this Saturday, May 25, with its annual opening day plant sale from 10 am to 2 pm.
Get a head start on Vineyard summer reading.
Town officials say privacy rights prevent them from discussing why Officer Kelly Kershaw has been placed on leave.
Delores Stevens plays with Lila Brown, Michael Wayne, and Blaise Dejardin this Sunday, May 26.