Yearly Archives: 2013

Martha’s Vineyard girls dominate Westport in playoff opener

The eighth-seeded Vineyarders won all five matches in straight sets and advanced to meet top-seed Cohasset on Monday.

Holliston eliminates Martha’s Vineyard softballers

The Vineyard's third consecutive appearance in the state tournament was brief. MV managed just two hits in a 12-0 preliminary round loss at Holliston.

Happy new homeowners cut ribbons on IHT townhouses

With the addition of two new townhouses, the Island Housing Trust's Wentworth affordable housing project in Vineyard Haven is complete.

One, two, three trucks jammed up Vineyard Haven traffic

Three hapless truck drivers got stuck on narrow Vineyard Haven streets over the weekend, to the dismay of exasperated motorists.

Noteworthy events coming up on Martha’s Vineyard

The Vineyard Spirituals Choir performs this Saturday, June 1, in a fundraising concert at the Katharine Cornell Theatre.

Featured favorites: Books on nature

"What the Robin Knows: How Birds Reveal the Secrets of the Natural World" by Jon Young – Young, a naturalist, teacher, and tracker, teaches us how to learn the language of birds.

Auction for Windemere, Cross-Island hike, “Alice in Wonderland” ballet

It takes money to maintain the Windemere Recreation Department, which takes residents to concerts, sailing, and even the occasional bi-plane ride, and an auction Friday night, May 31, will help raise funds for the department.

Seventy summers of the St. Pierre Camp

For 70 years, Barbara St. Pierre and her parents, then daughters, hosted children from all over the world "” and the Island "” at their Vineyard Haven summer camp.

Twenty-five Martha’s Vineyard athletes selected as EAC all-stars

The Island is well represented on the Eastern Athletic Conference spring sports all-star rosters. Twenty-five athletes on seven teams were selected.

A young fisherman earns respect with single-minded determination

A youngster with a fishing rod can find plenty to do on Martha's Vineyard.