Yearly Archives: 2013
Despite local lobbying for a closure, the town will keep one lane of storm battered East Chop Drive open, for now.
As the fall Cranberry League season begins to ripen, Vineyard youth soccer teams played three matches over the weekend.
In a busy stretch of three matches in five days, Martha's Vineyard played with grit and determination against Coyle Cassidy, Whitinsville, and Dennis-Yarmouth.
The Vineyarders are in top form, undefeated through seven matches and unscored upon for more than 400 minutes.
The Vineyarders stood at 4-2-1 heading into a home match with Bishop Fenwick of Peabody on Wednesday afternoon.
The latest innovations aim to take the drudge out of dealing with dredging sludge.
Edgartown selectmen approved dates and rule changes for the upcoming scalloping season.
The North Tisbury mixed business district is the focus of a request to allow both cultivation and sales of medicinal marijuana.
On Monday, selectmen accepted a bid of $2.5 million for the decaying building.
Patricia Medeiros and Sam Koohy, both of Edgartown, have announced their engagement.
The Martha's Vineyard Commission concluded an NSTAR public hearing Thursday, with a call for better communication in the future.
Students have gone on to use their yoga training in schools, with veterans, prisoners, people with disabilities, and others.
The lunch rooms at my high school were in the cellar.
Audra Parker, president and chief executive of the Alliance to Protect Nantucket Sound, said this week that a Massachusetts decision to allow state utilities to buy wind power from out of state suppliers at attractive prices means that the threat of industrialization of Horseshoe Shoal is over.
October speaker series highlights how the Island arts scene influences tourism.
Local food cooking and eating retreat encourages agro-tourism on Martha's Vineyard.
Volunteers scoured Oak Bluffs beaches for trash on Saturday, September 21.
I thoroughly enjoyed Tony Omer's article on the recent
I wonder if anyone else has noticed how the checkout people at one of our esteemed Island supermarkets now ask if you want a bag when they are finished ringing you up.