Monthly Archives: November 2013
The PeaceCraft holiday benefit sale and raffle benefits self-help projects in the poorest areas of the world.
The Makos next league Sprint Meet will be December 8 at the Percy Walker Pool in Duxbury.
New DVD recounts the Martha's Vineyard photographer's personal journey
Selectmen say relocating the lot provides a long term solution in the face of increased coastal erosion
Taxpayer group loses first round over use of public funds to repair church windows.
Three favorite artists return for this year's holiday concert.
Lifelong bonds were forged between teammates and opponents who played in the storied rivalry between Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket.
The first ratings under a new statewide system rank most Island teachers as proficient.
The engineering report said the bluffs lost between 18 inches and five feet in one year.
Patients who need services that the agency has historically offered, may no longer be entitled to receive them under Medicare rules.
The Martha's Vineyard Commission continued the public hearing process for the fifth time.
The Martha's Vineyard Commission reviewed two traffic studies as part its review of the supermarket's proposed expansion plans in Vineyard Haven
The Martha's Vineyard Rod and Gun club on Third Street in Edgartown will host a shotgun deer shoot competition from 10 am to 2:30 pm, this Sunday, Dec.
On December 4, town volunteers, together with the Oak Bluffs Association, will conduct a survey of the downtown business district.
NSTAR already filed its 2014 plan with the DAR and the 45-day comment period started November 20.
Held in the Performing Arts Center, the budget hearing was attended mostly by school committee members and staff from the high school and superintendent's office.
The Vineyard Haven gallery's annual Small Wonders show makes buying Martha's Vineyard art a bit more affordable.