Monthly Archives: July 2013
Cape Wind has signed a $15 million contract with Falmouth-based Lawrence-Lynch Corp.
Seastreak fast ferry will offer an excursion package for Martha's Vineyard residents to Foxwoods casino in Connecticut on Saturday, July 13.
A new Martha's Vineyard inspired clothing brand has hit the market this summer.
Sandpiper Realty announced that Stephanie W.
Dockside Real Estate announces that Lana Saucier, of Oak Bluffs and Worcester, has joined the Oak Bluffs agency as a sales agent.
Correction to a story
Despite suffering a brutal beating from a New Kids on the Block fan two weekends ago, pop star Aaron Carter, of "Aaron's Party" fame, is on schedule to perform at Dreamland in downtown Oak Bluffs, on Sunday, July 7.
An animated comedy about a father and small-time criminal who is recruited by the Anti-Villain League to help deal with a powerful new super criminal.
Hela Buchthal, 91, a painter and long-time resident of Chilmark, died on Saturday, June 29, in Falmouth, Maine, with her daughter, Rebecca Hemphill, at her side.
In a split vote, selectmen modify the one-way traffic pattern that has sparked controversy in the neighborhood.
Selectmen Michael Donaroma and Art Smadbeck disagreed on how to respond to the controversial utility upgrade.
Pop and electronic lineup at Flatbread will benefit the YMCA of M.V.
Budget cuts eliminated the program four years ago, but now guards are back on patrol at the popular beach.
Artists' Reception at Night Heron Gallery 5 to 8 pm, Vineyard Haven.
June 17, Donald Bidwell, Sr.
Laura Anne Douthitt and Bradley Alan Hawk, both of Oro Valley, Arizona, were married June 8, 2013, at the Aquinnah home of her cousins Ted and Sarah Howes.
The Aquinnah Gay Head Community Association will hold its annual reception from 5 to 8 pm, Tuesday, July 9, at the Old Town Hall.
A team from Martha's Vineyard joined nearly 500 first responders at Gillette Stadium field for a symbolic 26-hour workout marathon that raised $117,000 for the victims of the Boston Marathon bombings.
The Friday night event was the culmination of a year long program of weekly meetings designed to help Martha's Vineyard youth plan their future.