Monthly Archives: September 2013
In the wake of a 90-minute discussion, Tisbury will form a committee to review parking lot issues associated with the proposed Stop & Shop expansion.
The reported locations of unauthorized withdrawals totalling nearly $100,000 ranged from the bright lights of Broadway to a midwest Walmart.
Oak Bluffs highway superintendent Richard Combra Jr. has had enough of people trashing his town
The bright idea in economic circles, for more than half a century, has been to build up the Island's shoulder seasons.
Of course, as Mr.
A celebration of his life will he held in Connecticut at a later date.
Two lemonade stands run by youths raised $200 to donate to the iconic Aquinnah landmark.
Buoyed by a rousing program Tuesday morning, Martha's Vineyard Public Schools educators returned to their schools and classrooms.
A sharp-eyed Stop & Shop loss prevention employee thwarted a shoplifting spree at several Island stores.
Ernest Pachico of Vineyard Haven died on August 25 at Martha's Vineyard Hospital, after a brief illness.
On Thursday, August 29, Douglas F.
Arrangements are under the care of the Chapman, Cole & Gleason Funeral Home, Oak Bluffs.
There will be a celebration of Boofa's life at the Holy Ghost Association (P-A Club) on Saturday, September 7, from 3 to 5 pm.
Arrangements by Chapman, Cole and Gleason Funeral Home, Edgartown Road, Oak Bluffs.
The West Tisbury gallery's collection of old and new American classics is on exhibit at the last reception of the season
What if we saw beyond what others thought.If we could walk down the hallways of the world and push vanity aside,and lock it in...
Nominations can be emailed to pollybrown@verizon.
People are choosing to step away from their vehicles and get around the Island on foot, bike, and the VTA
George "Doc" and Meghan Brown share a deep love of antiques and each other, and not in that order