Yearly Archives: 2013
A ribbon cutting marks the completion of the Up-Island alternative energy project.
MVRHS graduate and former basketball standout Kia Minor scored her 1,000th career point for Framingham State University during a 72-66 loss to Westfield State on Saturday.
It's so awesome to finally see kids out on the sledding hill, and my yard covered in powder.
Here it is another Monday morning, and as I am writing this week's column, once again freezing temperatures and snow are predicted for this evening and tomorrow.
Snow at last.
I want to tell you that we have made use a few times of the Dukes County Pest Control, aka T.
It's hard to believe another year has passed and it is time to celebrate great-grandma Bette's birthday again.
What a wonderful holiday weekend that was.
January 10, 2013 Donald R. Welles 3rd, West Tisbury; DOB 1/14/65, operating motor vehicle with suspended license: continued to pretrial conference. January 14, 2013 Jonathan S. Pike,...
Each year, Greg Rollins picks a cause to support by running the MV-20-miler road race in February.
Tisbury will officially dedicate its new 18,000 square foot emergency services building with a ribbon cutting and public tour.
An aggressive, durable, good eating species is a dependable resident of the pond.
Music producers, many of them musicians also, work for Island and off-Island talents in five Vineyard recording studios that keep themselves busy.
Chili, sports history, and culture at lunch, on the list of things to do this week.
Pecha Kucha night, a movie premiere and Irish concert at The Pit Stop, a comedy on MVTV, and a Chilmark Potluck Jam.
Director Sacha Gervasi bases "Hitchcock" on the run-up to production of Hitchcock's most famous film, "Psycho."
The Vineyarders improved to 11-3 overall and 4-1 in the Eastern Athletic Conference. Jack Roberts led M.V. with 17 points.
I have known Jonas Budris [Jonas Budris is on his way making beautiful music, January 17] since his dad, John, and I met fishing at Gay Head.
The new 10-year Comcast contract is a bum deal for Chappaquiddick residents, who will have to pay a steep price for cable service, make a two-year, year-round commitment, and perhaps pay more to get cable service from Chappy's main roads to their doors.