After nine years of trying, the Vineyard Squirts won the Ryan Mone Memorial tournament with a 4-1 win over Warwick, R.I., Sunday at the M.V. Arena.
The Vineyarders were back on home ice for the first time in four weeks and earned a point in an exciting game packed with end to end action.
Katie Stewart scored 20 points as the Vineyard girls returned to the Sancy for the first time in two weeks and beat the Lancers.
The Vineyarders lost a crucial conference game as the Raiders overturned a 12-point deficit with 14 unanswered points in the final two minutes.
Vineyard property transactions reached unpredicted highs due to expected tax law changes in the new year. Land Bank benefits.
In response to a statewide outbreak of flu, the hospital and Island health agents will offer flu shots January 13.
The Vineyarders dominated the Warriors in the third period and outshot them 26-12 overall but lost 6-3 in the Eastern Athletic Conference opener.
The harbor advisory committee is setting up a review process following trouble that strained police resources last year.
The report suggests several ways the town might boost harbor revenues and improve management.
The House and Senate last week gave final approval, and Wednesday Governor Patrick signed, legislation creating a loan and grant program to facilitate the repair or removal of unneeded dams and help finance repairs to structures aimed at controlling coastal flooding.