Yearly Archives: 2013
Seven local police officers are returning to help with the massive search for a suspect in the Boston Marathon bombing.
Clear skies make for a great view of the Milky Way.
Transfers made by Island residents did not reach their intended recipients, most of them in Brazil.
The Stop and Shop must first determine what it will do with a house from an earlier era before it can proceed with building plans for Vineyard Haven.
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Business owner Robert Skydell of Chilmark cautions other Island business owners to be aware of some fast-talking credit card processors who recently made an attempt to switch his account.
A tribute band will take the stage at Dreamland, to benefit a local couple burned out of their home.
The DEP de-certified the Aquinnah lab in October after the long time director left.
Tisbury voters returned for a second night of annual town meeting
Two Vineyard artisans create beautiful furniture from salvaged scrap.
Banish wire-chewing, lettuce-stealing beasts from your attic and garden without selling your soul, or wrecking the planet.
April 5, Diane B.
High Honors Margaret Burke.
The cup is a pre-spring vacation ritual among the homeroom classes. Competitive events included musical chairs and limbo.
For a group of 13 Vineyard high school students and chaperones, a visit to new York City helped broaden their understanding of the world.
One of the most persistent weeds of Island gardenscapes is wild garlic.
Ted Box announced this week that work on The Seeker, a hand-built wooden scow, is on schedule and a launch is planned for September 2013.
March 22, 2013 Terrence Bell, Hollis, NY; DOB 11/3/77, breaking and entering during daytime to commit a felony and causing person in fear: guilty –...
Weekend activities will include a beach cleanup on Saturday sponsored by the Vineyard Conservation Society.
Ellie Bates lives in Edgartown.