Yearly Archives: 2013
Up until now, Vineyard students had to travel off Iisland to take the ACT test at Falmouth High School.
In October, Mr.
On Martha's Vineyard, the price of a gallon of regular ranged from about $4.
Parade steps off in Oak Bluffs at 10:45 am.
Dukes County Director of Veterans Services Jo Ann Murphy will attend and be available to answer any veteran-related questions.
Three soldiers from three different wars share their experience of war, and their eventual homecoming to the Island.
State highway officials will discuss plans to change the intersection from a Y to a T-shape at the November 13 hearing.
Despite the adult community education program's success, leaders say not enough money to pay staff threatens its future.
The heavy lifting is done, and 650 tons of equipment used to move the Schifter house depart Chappaquiddick this month. But, there's work to be done.
Weekend events include a Montessori School fundraiser at the M.V. Regional High School.
Ed Merck took to the water after he retired, got divorced, and saw son off to college.
Friends and acquaintances are encouraged to come and bring stories and memories.
A full obituary will appear in a future edition of The Times.
Editorial thoughts on honoring veterans, publicly and otherwise.
The traffic problem is of such a modest magnitude that we can get our arms around it, and because growth and change are inevitable, we should.
South Mountain Company also gave selectmen a look Monday at a proposed design for a solar canopy at the town park and ride lot off Dark Woods Road.
Festival raises $2,500 for farm-to-school program.
Getting a little help may be all it takes to keep some seniors out of nursing homes, Attorney Arthur Bergeron says.
The second-year UMass medical students researched issues of Island aging, and made recommendations for the future.
The YTF has placed pharmacy bags and a prescription disposal box in the Oak Bluffs police station.