Yearly Archives: 2013
The National Widowers' Organization, a Martha's Vineyard based nonprofit organization, announced the addition of Tweed Roosevelt to its board of directors.
Spring is boiling up out of the ground. Leaves unfold before our eyes!
The Housing Trust assists Island groups with their affordable housing projects as well as developing their own.
A state-required Driver Attitudinal Retraining Course is now available locally for drivers ages 16 to 24 who face traffic violation penalties.
In a unique Island to island relationship, two Martha's Vineyard firefighters traveled to the Caribbean to provide fire fighting expertise.
Bryan Garrison is determined to offer Y members menu choices that combine flavor and health.
Elder Services of Cape Cod and the Islands recognized Barbara Murphy of Chilmark as the "Volunteer of the Year" at the organization's annual meeting on Tuesday, May 7.
The restaurant 11 North Water was supposed to install a wheelchair lift by April 1, but has not begun work. Now they want permission to use town property.
Voters will be asked, when they meet Tuesday, to regulate the use of medical marijuana in public places and fund two county initiatives .
Martha's Vineyard Regional High School students will show off their creative sides on Wednesday, March 22, at the annual Evening of the Arts at the high school.
The Division of Insurance will hold a public hearing on increases proposed by the Mass FAIR (Fair Access to Insurance Requirements) Plan on Wednesday, May 29, at the Barnstable Town Hall at 367 Main Street in Hyannis.
Two theaters on Martha's Vineyard, The Vineyard Playhouse and Island Theatre Workshop, are currently running auditions for summer productions.
"Bunker Hill: A City, A Siege, A Revolution" by Nathaniel Philbrick – Nathaniel Philbrick, our Nantucket neighbor, National Book Award winner, and author of "In the Heart of the Sea" and "Mayflower" brings us another fascinating piece of history.
The Chief Justice is responsible for assigning judges.
The life story of Jackie Robinson.
The Dukes County Health Council Youth Task Force (YTF) has received a three-year grant totaling $212,800 from The Peter and Elizabeth C.
The Martha's Vineyard Regional High School student newspaper, The High School View, is tops in New England for the second year in a row.
Throughout a life of various career and location changes, one thing has remained a constant: Mr. Palermo has always found the time to paint.