Yearly Archives: 2013
A hearing for Tisbury Police Officer Kelly Kershaw, scheduled Monday before the Tisbury selectmen, was postponed until June 10.
The Martha's Vineyard Community Services fundraiser will return to Edgartown in a new location on Sunday, July 28.
Seventeen Island martial artists showcased their skills in the annual event. All had at least one top five finish, seven placed first.
The Martha's Vineyard Sharks, the local entry in the wooden bat Futures Collegiate Baseball League, will open their home season against the Brockton Rox on Tuesday at 6 pm.
Island golfers enjoyed beautiful weekend weather, helping out Martha's Vineyard Youth Hockey, Big Brothers, Big Sisters, and the Boys and Girls Club.
The selectmen say a new temporary parking lot at the old fire station site and a parking meter system at the Park and Ride lot are still in the works.
Following an eight-month investigation, Martha's Vineyard police were waiting when the suspect drug dealer stepped off the ferry.
Local police are planning increased security measures, in light of the Boston Marathon attacks.
The town bought the now decaying property in 2004 for $3.5 million. A local business woman has proposed two possible purchase bids.
After ordering a construction project halted, selectmen voted to allow interior work through the summer, with some restrictions.
Martha's Vineyard Regional Spelling Bee champion Alexis Condon,11, a sixth-grader at Edgartown School, returned to the Island after competing against 281 of the nation's best spellers at the 85th Scripps National Spelling Bee last week.
Well-wishers held a party at the Wharf in Edgartown Saturday to celebrate the longtime Martha's Vineyard Regional High School tennis coach.
The unsuspecting ladder thief did not know his entire escape was recorded. Jeff Serusa posted a Facebook ultimatum, return it or else.
Martha's Vineyard home owners who rely on the home insurer of last resort could see rates rise by as much as 9.9 percent.
Following an election year break, there are indications that President Barack Obama and his family will return to Martha's Vineyard in August.
Justin Pribanic battled wind and weeds on Martha's Vineyard in what seemed a losing battle until he hooked a big striped bass.
Almost 50 artists are showing the world what intrigues and captivates them, from Martha's Vineyard and beyond.
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The Martha's Vineyard Film Society will screen two films about ocean life on Saturday, June 8.
Punk, blues, and country collide with Island sensations DCLA opening for raucous live performers Deer Tick on Monday, June 10.