Yearly Archives: 2013
Atlas Van Lines recently awarded Francisco Laconte of Vineyard Haven and Double Oak, Texas, a driver with Carroll's Moving and Storage, an Atlas Van Lines Safe Driving Award engraved watch for 300,000 miles of safe driving, according to a press release.
The fifth in the series featuring gunfire and explosions everywhere.
Hospice of Martha's Vineyard leads a post-screening talk about the pain and confusion when long, loving relationship's end.
Featured Favorites: Good Books, Good Movies recommended by Bunch of Grapes.
It's a complicated deal. Vineyard Haven Library tutorials will help you download the titles you want.
What is an Edgartown turkey, and why would you eat it? (Hint: it doesn't gobble.)
Hospital administration at Boston Children's Hospital is a natural step for this Vineyarder.
The once thriving community organizations, where military veterans once socialized, now struggle to maintain their vitality.
A green lawn and beds of non-native ornamentals benefit the lawn and garden product industry more than native wildlife.
The Martha's Vineyard Times welcomes contributions to Poet's Corner.
Despite a blizzard, snow dumps and complaints about a "real winter," the Island's duplicate bridge players keep coming back for new challenges.
The Boathouse Foundation has committed to making an annual $25,000 donation to the YMCA.
Morgan Hauck of Edgartown and Manny Dias of Seekonk announce their engagement.
Benjamin Hopkins of West Tisbury at Connecticut College in New London, Conn.
February 15, 2013 Scott E. Fielding, Vineyard Haven; DOB 4/1/92, breaking and entering a building during daytime to commit a felony: dismissed at the request...
The money will be used to upgrade the Martha's Vineyard Hospital nursing home's deteriorating building, inside and out.
The weather seems to go from snowy winter to promises of spring to come.