Joyce May Hobby, 72, of Oak Bluffs died at Martha’s Vineyard Hospital on Friday, May 10, 2013.
A family pet named “Mugsy” has been identified as the killer of a miniature horse Saturday. His owners have made the decision to have him destroyed.
The attack on the miniature horses occurred Saturday off Meeting House Way in Edgartown. Police urged Island farmers to be vigilant.
In the early morning darkness Thursday, Tisbury police officer Jason Marathas jumped into Oak Bluffs harbor to save a man struggling to stay afloat.
If brunch is your thing, you are in luck this Sunday as many restaurants are open for Mother’s Day.
Island Theatre Workshop announced recently that it will present “The Wizard of Oz” as its late-summer production this year.
“Home Made Summer” by Yvette Van Boven – This third in a series of cookbooks by Van Boven is a delicious collection of recipes with step-by-step instructions and beautiful photographs.
School cafeteria employees will receive salary increases and longevity pay increases under the terms of a new contract.
Taylor Poggi, Alayna Hutchinson, and Molly Wallace led the way as the Vineyarders tasted success for the first time in two weeks.
Down 4-3, Bishop Feehan rallied for 11 runs in the top of the fourth, following a 45 minute lightning delay and beat the Vineyarders 14-4.