Monthly Archives: July 2013
August on the Vineyard is the peak season for the vehicular misery we endure for two months because relieving it involves a trade-off we're unwilling to make: changes to the Island road system that would damage the rural character of this place all year.
Each summer, my family journeys to Martha's Vineyard from our middle class New Jersey suburb for our annual vacation.
The Martha's Vineyard Sharks of the Futures Collegiate Baseball League piled up 31 runs Sunday and Monday nights in back-to-back home wins over the Pittsfield Suns and Wachusett Dirt Dawgs.
The town began a search to replace the director, as well as hire an assistant director.
As the regular season hits the homestretch, the Highlanders and 'Canes lead the way for the men, with the Snaps and Honeys topping the women's league.
The Rolex Farr 40 North American Championship stopped in Edgartown, and the racing was top notch.
Edgartown Selectmen signed an a dangerous dog order Monday and listed the conditions which must be upheld by the dogs owner.
Samples taken Monday show high levels of bacteria.
The pond has been closed to shellfishing because of rainfall amounts in July. A recent spell of dry weather has lifted the closure.
The Stone Soup Leadership Institute will honor Walter Cronkite and Island leaders at a ceremony on August 8.
Over a weekend of tough play, the Vineyarders beat Vermont, Eastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island before losing the final to Southern Connecticut.
The 35th annual Possible Dreams Auction raised more than $450,000 to benefit Martha's Vineyard Community Services.
One graduate traveled all the way from Texas to see his old classmates.
Andrew McHugh of Edgartown received a Bachelor of Arts, cum laude, from Tufts University in Medford.
At the Edgartown Bridge Club on Monday, July 22, 12 tables were in play.
Striped or patterned cushions.
The Island probably represents the closest this excellent reptile has to a stronghold in the state.
We know everyone is different, but here are a few restaurants that Islanders have enjoyed so far this summer.