Yearly Archives: 2013

Martha’s Vineyard Restaurant Week announces menus

Restaurants announce what they will serve during the five days and nights of deals and specials.

Bloomsday, an evening of James Joyce

The 35th Arts & Society celebration of the life and work of the Irish writer is in Vineyard Haven this Sunday, June 16.

Martha’s Vineyard boys tennis team on to state finals Monday

The Vineyarders will defend their state championship against Central Mass. champ Bromfield. Today's scheduled game was moved due to expected rain.

MassDOT to repaint State Road markings in July

MassDOT plans to do its annual State Road spruce-up the second week in July.

Men’s summer softball season gets into swing

The Sons of Pitches handled the two-time defending champion Hurricanes, 15-5, in a Monday night match up at Veterans Park.

Sports highlights

The South Coast Soccer League regular season came to a close with four MV United teams qualifying for postseason play.

Beach-goers advised to avoid Portuguese man-of-war

Portuguese man-of-war have washed up on south facing beaches and been spotted in Vineyard Sound.

Oak Bluffs on track to get back in the black

Town officials say as the end of the fiscal year nears, the town's free cash deficit is about to disappear.

For one young fisherman, an early alarm clock says, I love...

This Sunday is Father's Day. For one young girl, an early morning fishing trip with dad held a special message.

Greg Carroll is Bruno himself when it comes to waste management

Greg Carroll, the owner of Bruno's Rolloff Inc.