Yearly Archives: 2013
Edgartown selectmen also signed off on a Chappy Ferry maintenance plan.
When Rick Brown needed a new place to work on boats and carpentry projects, he built a workshop that floats.
After years of unsuccessful entries, Robert Falkenburg had given up. But, he had his 'big moment' after all.
Attendance Total paid admissions* 2013: 30,360 2012: 28,819 *(Excludes memberships and employees) Entries Ag Hall exhibits 2013: 3,574 2012: 3,889 Animal Barn** 2013: 221 2012: 284 **(Excludes draft horses and oxen) Total combined entries 2013: 3,795 2012: 4,173 Total...
With attendance at the highest levels yet, new UConn head coach and former BC Eagle liked what he saw during a four day clinic with an enthusiastic group of young hockey players.
The Save the Gay Head Lighthouse Committee (SGHLC) moves forward with fundraising efforts.
Graced with perfect weather, the fair attracted more than 30,000 visitors.
Chilmark police arrested a Pennsylvania man they think stole from houses in three towns over a four-day span.
The Class of 2013 shares their plans, their dreams, what they'll take with them, and what they'll miss most about Martha's Vineyard.
In this comedy, a small-time pot dealer takes a fake wife, two pretend kids, and a huge, shiny RV to Mexico on Fourth of July weekend to try to score enough to pay off a big debt.
Thanks to a landmark 1963 Supreme Court decision, Gideon v. Wainwright, the American legal system provides public defenders for those who face criminal charges and cannot afford lawyers.
The last thing I want to do in the summer is "run to the store." Instead I find myself searching through the pantry and excavating the refrigerator to see if I can throw something together with what I have.
Run the chop The 25th annual Sullivan 5K run and walk around East Chop is this Saturday, Aug. 24. A benefit for the Martha's Vineyard...
The poster was designed by Pam and Chip Coblyn and the sale will benefit the American Cancer Society's Breast Cancer Research.
Our local bookstores recommend the best reads
The upstate New York folk-rock band plays Saturday, August 24
With the 50th anniversary of JFK's assassination approaching, James Reston Jr. talks about his new book on the subject.
Experience the feel-good melodies, expert guitar stylings, and killer mustache on August 23.
It might take Jeffrey Serusa three years to get just the right conditions for a photograph, but it takes only a moment to recognize the skill that goes into his images.
In this small, inconvenient community, when there is the chance to exercise greater control over criminal behavior than seems possible elsewhere, and when law enforcement has repeatedly demonstrated its ability to catch and prosecute misbehavior, what's wanted from the courts is something more than personal recognizance, low bails, probation, hopefulness, community service, confusion, and recidivism.