Yearly Archives: 2013
The Vineyard finished unbeaten in round robin play with wins over Ludlow, Southeastern Conn. and Winchester.
Approximately six inches of snow fell overnight and left Martha's Vineyard blanketed Friday morning.
The agreement with the Oak Bluffs planning board calls for the company to replace the existing tower with a shorter one before the end of the summer.
Mr. Smith, who farmed Vineyard land for more than 80 years, was a friend to many. A graveside service will be held in the Smith Cemetery, on Tuesday.
Alexis Condon, an 11-year old Edgartown School student, is a cool customer.
Priscilla May (West) Dickson, 89, of Vineyard Haven died on Thursday, March 21, 2013 at the Martha's Vineyard Hospital.
The Division of Fisheries and Wildlife stocked Island ponds today with rainbow, brown and tiger trout.
The question is, how come the county commissioners, the county manager, and the county treasurer overlooked such a sum?
The Tisbury selectmen took a pass on the shellfish constable's request to revoke a commercial permit and put off setting new mooring permit fees.
If 51 percent of the total viewers give "Nairobi Half Life" a thumbs-up, the film will return to the Vineyard and other venues for more screenings.
Vineyard Garden's annual open house, and a comedy night at the Harbor View are a few events on tap this weekend.
This Sunday, about 20 members of the group will present a program of short dances at the M.V. Hebrew Center.
Among the many events happening this weekend is a fundraiser for young Liam McCarthy who is in need of a walking device.
A look at some vegan and gluten-free menu options, as well as a how-to on making brownies and mousse.
Trying hard to be another "Hangover," this film is unabashedly profane.
The proposed bylaw to be presented at annual town meeting includes a 3,500 square foot threshold on three-acre lots.
Sophia's One Stop Mart ran into strong opposition, after a record of violations at the Upper Main Street convenience store.
Engineers expect to turn on new pumps within the next two weeks, improving poor water pressure in the town.
A new town command center features state of the art equipment for emergency management, and a high tech training simulator.
The first large scale affordable housing study on Martha's Vineyard in 12 years cites progress but not enough.