Yearly Archives: 2013
Summer Solstice celebration is tonight from 6 to 8 pm at Featherstone.
Summer officially begins tomorrow, but we know better.
June 3, Michael and Kathryn Rickard sold 11 Eight St.
Equestrian Elizabeth Buyrn grew up in Virginia horse country. Her love of horses has grown into a new Island business.
The Island retraces its boatbuilding and whaling history. Gannon and Benjamin builds a whaleboat for Mystic Seaport's Charles W. Morgan to carry.
The 90-year-old Martha's Vineyard resident regularly writes to Governor Deval Patrick, Michelle Obama and Hillary Clinton.
Farm staff and members of the Island Grown Initiative will be available to answer questions at the farm in West Tisbury.
The Black Dog Tavern was the prime focus of a helicopter filming for a Vineyard docu-soap set to air next month.
Tisbury selectman Tristan Israel said new utility poles do not meet the test of Island character and "desecrate" the town.
Army Captain Nicholas Blair said he was humbled by the display of gratitude for his service.
The Alliance Community Church in Oak Bluffs will present revised plans June 20 for a 16,000 square foot expansion of its Ryan's Way property.
The Mass Division of Fisheries and Wildlife team banded more than 100 geese Tuesday in an effort to get data on the non-migratory population.
The Martha's Vineyard Housing Needs Assessment Committee report is finalized, providing a guide for Island planners.
In anticipation of Tuesday's election, this week both candidates responded to a series of questions on political issues.
A search committee will review applications from seven candidates for the job of West Tisbury School's principal and select finalists to interview.
The retirees include three teachers and one educational support professional (ESP) who have worked in Island schools for more than 30 years.
A funny comedy from the director of "Bridesmaids" about an uptight FBI special agent who is paired with a testy Boston cop in order to take down a ruthless drug lord.
Verizon Wireless recently enhanced fourth generation (4G) Long Term Evolution (LTE) network coverage on Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard, according to a press release.
A story published June 13, "Offshore Ale now offering brewery tours," y reported incorrectly that The Lazy Frog shop in Oak Bluffs maintains the Island disc golf course in the Manuel F.
Operation Dry Water, a concentrated effort to curb drinking and boating, is scheduled for June 28-30.