Yearly Archives: 2013
Prior to kickoff, both teams came together for a touching, emotional ceremony.
His art graced tiny Vineyard galleries, and world famous museums.
The celebrated Island artist is honored for his many accomplishments.
Injured quarterback Mike Mussell played at wide receiver, and caught the winning touchdown.
Cold water kills off bacteria in Katama Bay bivalves.
Land Bank of Martha's Vineyard staff will lead a guided walk of Three Ponds Preservation this Sunday, Oct.
The Martha's Vineyard Commission will take up the revised Stop & Shop supermarket expansion project tonight.
News gets around the Martha's Vineyard fishing community. But Island fishermen cannot hold a rod to the members of the Quilts of Valor Foundation...
Early last week, I caught a fat striped bass.
They can be hard to find even though many Island houses are vacant through the winter.
Sixty golfers played for Island charities on a beautiful fall day at Vineyard Golf Club.
Junior players once again dominated the event. Victoria Scott and Elizabeth Williamson were Women's 7.0 champs, while Kelly Klaren and Kat Roberts won the Women's 8.0.
The Vineyarders were far from their best in a 2-0 win over their league rivals but remained unbeaten after ten matches.
Boat bass: (1) Zak Potter, 13.
In the team 4 x 100 meter relay events, West Tisbury won the girls race in 1:01.
Monday, the Vineyarders came up short, 269-271, to Coyle Cassidy in an EAC match played at the Golf Club of Cape Cod in East Falmouth.
Oak Bluffs community leaders take state officials on a walking tour of the bedraggled B-1 district, hoping to secure public funding for downtown turnaround.
Discussion of a federal grant program raised questions about who gets the money and how much stays in the local economy.
The building will house an office for an ear, nose, and throat specialist and an apartment.