Yearly Archives: 2013
Pizza on paper plates may be okay at home, but the Tisbury selectmen say the pie belongs on a solid plate in eateries with beer and wine licenses.
Island Grown Initiative, the group the now owns and operates Thimble Farm, met stiff criticism of its plan to begin greenhouse food production.
Spending hikes come from increasing school costs. Aquinnah's gathering Tuesday is the last of the Island's six spring annual town meetings.
The presentation illustrates the projected sea level rise predicted for Martha's Vineyard, following on forecasts for greenhouse gas emissions.
Executive producer David Broome of 25/7 Productions updated the Tisbury selectmen Tuesday on production plans for "The Vineyard.
Chilmark selectmen approved a new fee schedule for the town harbor, reviewed work on the town dock, and reviewed nominations for new members for the town shellfish committee, at their Tuesday meeting.
The state Department of Environmental Protection has cleared the way for the lab to begin offering beach water testing services.
Police say the intruder set off an alarm, and fled before police arrived Tuesday morning.
A license application to serve beer and wine at the Plane View Restaurant at the Martha's Vineyard Airport is now before the Massachusetts Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission.
The Martha's Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) committee began a mid-year evaluation of superintendent of schools James Weiss at a meeting Monday night.
April 22, Andrew Craig Rountree and Tara Rountree sold 23 State Rd.
Lindsay Lehman of Oak Bluffs received a Masters degree with high honors in marriage and family therapy from Eastern Nazarene College in Quincy.
Aneta Zahova and Ivan Takov of Vineyard Haven announce the birth of their daughter, Maya Takova, on May 1 at Martha's Vineyard Hospital.
A Library on a Hill Across from a cemetery entrance, a large white structure looms; Massive doors that open, to a myriad of rooms. Downstairs to the...
Michael Van Valkenburgh of Chilmark, head of the landscape architecture company that bears his name with offices in Cambridge and New York City, has won plaudits for his design of the 15-acre park at the George W.
The auction benefits Island students and provides lots of spirited bidding.
I've always augmented my memory with written records, especially when working on a specific project.
IHT invites the public to weigh in on initial design proposals for affordable housing on property next door to Vineyard Haven's Stop and Shop.