Yearly Archives: 2013
After four decades of service, the town honors one of its most dedicated employees.
Edgartown selectmen covered a range of issues Monday including the sale of the Captain Warren House and an underground cable.
A series of classes at
The regional high school committee ushered in a new year by wrapping up the school building's roofing project.
As scams continue to proliferate, Island police departments are finding that many residents continue to be fooled by them.
There's something dangerous about Molly
Results from the 2013 MCAS testing, broken down by school and district, are on the way.
The Martha's Vineyard Museum documents the devastation caused by the terrific storm that caught New England by surprise.
Alex Clark broke open a 1-1 tie with three straight second half goals to notch a natural hat trick as the Vineyarders picked up a crucial league win.
The Vineyarders rallied after a listless first half to score five goals in a 30 minute span, blanking Somerset Berkley in the Eastern Athletic Conference opener.
For the Shaefers, "taking the plunge" takes on a whole new meaning
"So I'm going to sit back and revamp this winter; perhaps we'll be doing just private shows next summer," he said.
Operating expenses will rise only fractionally, likewise revenue, some price increases for Vineyard service only will be imposed.
Arrangements are under the care of the Chapman, Cole & Gleason Funeral Home, Oak Bluffs,
Application materials are available on the Endowment's website at
A version of this column appeared in this space in September of 2006.
October, nationally and here in Massachusetts, will yield a trove of data that will inform a course correction for health insurance and health care policy going forward.
How to cook for your dog. Appetizers, party treats, main courses "” it's the least you can do.
A little reading, in case the fishing is slow.
Like all the great poets, Xander Alvarado was inspired by love. The 7th grader at Rippowam Cisqua school loves Back Door Donuts so much, he...