Monthly Archives: June 2013
Henry Heininger Wiley of Edgartown, beloved husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather and uncle, died at home on June 26.
Vineyarders reminisce about some notable Island parades. From the MV Museum Oral History Collection...
See artists at work this weekend, painting scenes from The Trustees of Reservations properties.
Vineyard Arts Projects' summer season kicks off this weekend with a performance by The Public Theater on June 29.
This just might be the most eclectic show of the season.
Kelly Kershaw appeared in Edgartown District Court accused of hindering a firefighter, a felony, during a fire at her home on May 9.
Lacto-fermented veggies, like this kimchi, or homemade sauerkraut, are a wonderful way to increase the beneficial bacteria in the digestive tract.
Young farmers work the land at Chappaquiddick's Slip Away Farm.
Wasque Rip, an apparel brand named after one of the great fishing spots on Martha's Vineyard, is now available at Rainy Day in Vineyard Haven.
Nicole Corbo, World Paddling Association instructor and founder of Aloha Paddle MV, has arrived on Martha's Vineyard for her second season.
Due to a production error, a portion of the article "19 Martha's Vineyard schools retirees served 428 years" was omitted from the June 20 print version.
The West Tisbury zoning board of appeals (ZBA) approved a special permit on June 13 for Verizon Wireless to construct a 66-foot tower on private property owned by Robert Doane off New Lane.
Edgartown selectmen discuss ambulance department hiring procedures, parking lot changes, and parade plans at their Monday meeting.
Martha's Vineyard Community Television members are setting up in a brand new facility off Edgartown-Vineyard Road.
As students start their summer vacations, the members of the Island's school committees close the books on another year.
Edgartown and Oak Bluffs estimate replacing conventional street lights with LED lights will mean a combined annual savings of over $40,000.
The report describes an Island with a decreasing number of children and younger residents and an increasing number of older residents.
One-acre oyster bed restoration underway in Tisbury Great Pond. The Nature Conservancy will monitor the project for two years.
The members of the Martha's Vineyard Commission had plenty of questions for church leaders about their planned expansion.
After about 30 years in the oil burner repair and maintenance business, the Packer Company has ended those services.