Yearly Archives: 2013
Today it feels like there is a possibility of spring.
The sun came out at last after days of gray skies, wind, teeming rain, and mud everywhere.
Need a good book? The monthly Mini Book Sale at the Vineyard Haven Library is Saturday from 1 to 3 pm.
Now I know we all missed that extra hour of sleep last Saturday night, but how awesome was it Sunday evening, still light out at 7:30? We had our first al fresco dinner of the season.
Last Thursday at the Marine Fisheries Commission meeting in Kingston, I witnessed the end result of a failure to manage a fishery on the part of the Massachusetts Division of Marine Fisheries.
I moved to Martha's Vineyard in 1948 and left the Island in 1953.
I am a MVRHS Class of 2012 graduate, and currently a cadet enrolled in a service academy prep program at Valley Forge Military Academy and College in Wayne, Pennsylvania.
I agree with what Nis Kildegaard said last week [Soundings: The high cost of cheap, March 7] about failed Vineyard school buildings — those with burst pipes, high energy bills, etc.
We report this morning that Dukes County officials must rework their $1.
For nearly 30 years, The Times has believed that your business is our business.
William O'Connell of Ft.
Michael Joseph Syslo, 60, of Chilmark died suddenly at Tobey Hospital in Wareham on Tuesday, January 29, 2013.
To Vineyarders everywhere, the boys basketball team and I would like to thank everyone who came out to support us as we played for a chance at a state title at the Garden.
High school art students of teachers Brendan Coogan and Janice Frame take over Featherstone this month.
Get your cholesterol screened, skin checked for cancer; have your eyes, ears, balance, and bone density assessed; learn better sleep habits using relaxation approaches; enjoy acupuncture, Thai Yoga Massage (and even learn what it actually is), chair yoga classes (if you're over 65), and craniosacral treatments at the Martha's Vineyard Hospital Health Fair this Saturday.
Danvers closed out the Vineyard 50-47 from the foul line in the last minute of a thrillingly close semifinal battle.
See quality films and meet the film directors and subjects at the Martha's Vineyard Film Festival this weekend.
More than 400 fans, on seven buses, are on their way to Boston to cheer on the Martha's Vineyard boys basketball team.
Damon Mello and Jeff Labell combined for 22 fourth quarter points as the Lakers outscored the Suns 30-12 in the final 12 minutes and won 99-94.
Family-friendly Dance-O-Rama continues once more at Dreamland before moving back to Flatbread.