Yearly Archives: 2013
One hour after the Vineyard girls clinched a playoff berth, the boys followed suit with a 64-44 win Friday night over Coyle Cassidy in Taunton.
Vineyard elementary school students performed at the Performing Arts Center Thursday night in the All-Island Elementary String Concert.
Selectmen gave the nod to a state plan to remake the intersection of Old County Road and State Road.
The court expected that Steven Schwab would accept a plea agreement to child molestation charges, when court proceedings were suddenly postponed.
In the final game minute, Kendall Robinson and Jenny Lindland combined for three steals and six points in 12 seconds to put Coyle Cassidy away 53-42.
A fresh deposit of from three to six inches of snow provided lots of fun at the end of the school day Tuesday. More may be on the way.
Contrary to a report in the January 10 edition of the MVTimes, headlined Island performance space The Pit Stop to be sold, the Pit Stop is for sale, but it has not been closed.
Williams Building Co.
Opponents of the tournament have collected enough signatures to ask voters whether they want to make a major change.
What could be more romantic than for your particular heart-stopping Valentine to read your message online or in print on Valentine's Day?
Organizers of the event have applied for a permit to hold the auction at the Winnetu Inn and Resort.
Town officials say they are overwhelmed with the generosity of townspeople.
A superior court judge revises a stiff sentence he imposed on Stanley Johnson for the theft of an Oak Bluffs man's life savings.
Success in the 2012 Martha's Vineyard deer hunting season was a question of perseverance and no small amount of luck as deer stayed close to home.
Change has proven to be a good thing for several Martha's Vineyard business owners who took a leap and relocated.
Police department policy calls for a higher standard of behavior, but some residents question whether police protect their own.
The Tisbury selectmen want a better account of services the Dukes County integrated pest management program provides the town.
Responding to complaints about local public employees abusing the municipal unemployment benefit system, Gov.
The regional land use and planning commission leaders say employee benefits and legal costs added $122,000 of spending.
Online learning is the wave of the future at Sail Martha's Vineyard. Now, instead of classroom lectures, the training happens in front of computer.