Yearly Archives: 2013
The preschoolers brought a special gift to Tisbury's new public safety building.
Army Lt. Colonel Sean M. Smith's career has taken him from Edgartown to Iraq, to Afghanistan, and now the Pentagon.
Sarah (Mott) Alwardt is among 200 teachers selected from 1,500 candidates across the U.
Delight McColl of Nantucket and Jullian Coleman Harding of Aquinnah have announced their engagement.
The life story of Jackie Robinson.
Feast on a raw bar and chowder from many different Island restaurants at a fundraiser for the M.V. Shellfish Group.
Town spending will jump by half a million dollars, driven by school, public safety, and public library increases.
Filming would mostly consist of "walk and talk" shots of cast members against the backdrop of a Menemsha sunset.
Built on Stilts, the Island's own dance festival, will celebrate its 17th year August 8-11 and 17-20.
Book Den East and Bunch of Grapes reveal their favorites in the gardening category.
The Oak Bluffs Library was awarded "Best Library Website" by the Massachusetts Library Association's (MLA) Public Relations Committee.
In the wake of the Tisbury annual town meeting vote not to contribute to a new Martha's Vineyard Public Schools (MVPS) superintendent's office building, school business administrator Amy Tierney said Tuesday that plans to move ahead with the architectural design of the building are still viable.
Edgartown selectmen Tuesday ordered dog owner Elliott Bennett to forfeit $400 that she had put up as a bond and directed the town's animal control officer to seek criminal complaints against her after receiving a report that her two dogs got loose in violation of an earlier selectmen's order.
The warmup to the fishing season has begun at Coop's Bait and Tackle in Edgartown.
The Vineyarders competed Saturday at the freshman and sophomore meet at Notre Dame High School in Hingham.
Ashley Medeiros of Edgartown placed third among more than 40 competitors in the Diva Fitness Tall Division at the WBFF Atlantic Championships.
The Vineyarders played their best game of the season came up short against the Tigers.
Fresh off of four wins in the opening week of the season, the young, talented Vineyarders sailed last weekend against Tabor Academy and St. George's.
Lisa Knight, a physical education teacher and field hockey head coach at Martha's Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS), has been selected an Unsung Heroine of 2013 by the Massachusetts Commission on the Status of Women (MCSW).
The events at the Boston Marathon on Monday have stunned and saddened us.