Yearly Archives: 2013

Martha’s Vineyard residents obeyed driving ban – for the most part

Islanders stayed off the roads, with one or two exceptions. Police reported several incidents with drivers who got themselves into trouble.

In face of Gov’s driving ban, Island police advise common sense

As a mixture of snow and rain fell, Island police said they had no immediate plans to enforce a 4 pm driving ban. That could change with conditions.

Governor Patrick orders statewide travel ban beginning at 4 pm

The order is an "outright ban on all roads." Island police advised people to use common sense.

Martha’s Vineyard girls hoopsters beat Dartmouth on senior day

The Vineyarders excelled in the final regular season home game for six seniors and Coach Lisa Stewart, who is retiring after seven years in charge.

Good Taste: Dining out for Valentine’s Day on Martha’s Vineyard

From Valentine's Day deals to Mardi Gras parties, there is a lot to talk about food-wise on the Vineyard.

Storm updates: SSA resumed service Sunday morning

The Steamship Authority resumed service Sunday morning to Martha's Vineyard. Regional shelter closed this morning.

Martha’s Vineyard girls book return trip to state hockey tourney

Aubrey Ashmun had a hat trick and Alex Clark and Megan Hurley their first varsity goals as the Vineyard rolled to a 10-3 win over Cape Tech/Nauset.

County has no immediate plans to add skunk removal

Despite a request from Edgartown, Dukes County officials have not considered adding the service to its pest control program.


A story published January 31, "A day in the life of the Y," included a misspelling of the first name of yoga instructor Sian Williams.

Endowment Fund invites spring grant cycle applicants

The Permanent Endowment for Martha's Vineyard is accepting applications for its spring grant cycle.