Bicyclists, many in colorful gear, rode around Martha’s Vineyard in the 24th annual Bike MS: Ride the Vineyard fundraiser to fight multiple sclerosis.
The physical education teacher and field hockey coach was among 82 women honored as an “Unsung Heroine of 2013″ at a ceremony on April 29.
A 54-acre lot listed at $25 million and a 40-acre lot for $20 million are part of the 377-acre estate once owned by Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis.
Islanders had plenty to say on a variety of topics at a coffee hour Mr. Keating hosted Thursday morning, at Waterside restaurant in Vineyard Haven.
High surface water temperatures on the northeast Continental Shelf during 2012 affected fish and shellfish, NOAA researchers said.
In the aftermath of the capture of the Marathon bombers, Island police officers helped remember slain university police officer Sean Collier.
Contractors are working quickly to move a luxury vacation house away from the eroding bank on which it is perched above ocean waters.
Two lawyers, experts in employment law, provided plenty of cautions for Martha’s Vineyard employers at a seminar Friday.
Like it or not, Martha’s Vineyard has a new roundabout. Knowing some basic rules will help smooth the driving experience.
“Boston, City Of Many Dreams” by Bill Harris (1984) – Reflecting something of the cosmopolitan flavor, easygoing atmosphere, and charm that have made it one of the nation’s most livable cities, this lavishly illustrated book, with a lighthearted text, is a fitting tribute to a great metropolis.