Monthly Archives: September 2013
A food inspector noted numerous violations during a September 23 inspection.
Celebrating the tenth anniversary of her business, Ms. Sanford says, "I never had any intention of opening a physical therapy private practice."
Three films are playing across the Vineyard this week dealing with Alzheimer's and cancer.
Forty years ago, Rainy Day got its name because the owners knew that shopping is the perfect activity for a rainy day.
After surviving the Menemsha fire of 2010, and thousands of hungry tourists each summer, The Bite celebrates its 25th season.
Martha's Vineyard merchants celebrate milestone anniversaries. Lesley Segal of Vineyard Audiology has been here to help you hear for 15 years.
Vineyard residents test drive electric vehicles as part of a national event.
Vineyard teams won four and tied one on a busy Saturday of inter-island sports.
The Vineyarders were a yard away from a history making win.
Enough residents have committed to buy cable services for the project to move ahead.
Not near school or residential areas or parks, with parking discretion in mind, three possible sites emerge.
A service of remembrance and celebration of the life of
As many as five medical marijuana shops possible in Dukes County.
State Police are investigating the death of a man who traveled to the Island Tuesday
The ice arena took the wind out of earlier plans and proposes to build a simpler, shorter wireless communications tower.
Former MVRHS quarterback Mike McCarthy became the fourth QB in the history of Bridgewater State University to pass for more than 3,000 yards in a career, following the Bears 51-20 victory over Worcester State on Friday.
The court report published on September 19 incorrectly substituted cocaine for oxycodone in the disposition of a case for Joseph F.