Yearly Archives: 2013
Find out what four restaurants are serving Thanksgiving. Hint: They're all in Edgartown.
The show on Wednesday, November 27 will raise money for charities bringing relief to the Philippines.
This is a roly-poly pudding of opinion, bureaucratic tension — much of it within the same department of the federal government — and a community in search of a payoff.
This is a good plan, even a generous plan, by a conscientious owner.
Islanders share their impressions of that unforgettable moment 50 years ago.
Flaming shots, dry Rob Roys, and thankfully, lots of beer comes to the rescue at Trivia Night.
A celebration at The Anchors November 15, acknowledged her 28 years as the imaginative, energetic director of senior services.
Edgartown shellfish constable Paul Bagnall asked Edgartown selectmen Monday for $46,400 to increase staffing in Mr. Bagnall's department. A total of $10,380 would be used...
Revenues were also bright, up 3.
Proposals are due January 15 for funding in March.
Last summer, CSEP formed a teacher curriculum committee of four teachers: Anna Cotton (MVRHS), Ellen Berube (Oak Bluffs School), Amy Reece (Charter School), and Dan Haggerty (Charter School).
One hundred thirteen feet long overall, the Morgan was launched in New Bedford in 1841, and she had a whaling career of 80 years and 37 voyages.
Advocacy group offers free energy audits and up to $4,000 for improvements.
You don't have to go off-Island to experience Black Friday deals, there are some right here on Martha's Vineyard.
The $5 million spending plan increased by nearly $1 million, or 21.7 percent compared with the FY2014 budget.
Many physicians see adverse effects of prescribing marijuana for medicinal use.
Gone are the French fries and chocolate milk of yesteryear, replaced by choices that fewer students are buying.
The replacement facility offers Station Menemsha the ability to accommodate changing missions and boats.
Rancorous meeting with Woods Hole residents prompts resignation.