Yearly Archives: 2013
Hydroponically grown greens may feed students through the winter
Public hearing precedes West Tisbury Selectmen's meeting and talk of funding the Island's adult education program
The change reduces the exemption for a home assessed at $500,000 by about $104.
The event heralds the construction of a long-awaited solar array project at the town's capped landfill.
It's hard to believe the holiday season is very nearly upon us, though last week's snow did help a bit.
An environmental firm was called in after a small amount of engine oil from a fishing vessel was pumped into the water.
Learn about the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882 Thursday night at the Martha's Vineyard Museum with author Ben Railton.
Last Saturday's 70's themed Rock Auction raised money for the Martha's Vineyard Public Charter School.
The community stepped up for Martha's Vineyard football players and cheerleaders and raised $25,000.
The Martha's Vineyard Detachment of the Coast Guard Auxiliary will offer a two-week GPS for Mariners course beginning Wednesday, December 4.
It is my personal belief that there isn't a resident or visitor to the Vineyard who arrives via the SSA to Vineyard Haven who lauds the view that greets them presently – a run down house, a broken-down building and the existing Stop and Shop.
In reference to the letter, [I did not abuse Letty, November 14], I would respectfully like to share my reaction.
I am writing to share information with the Martha's Vineyard community members about the statewide effort to repeal casino/slots gambling in Massachusetts.
After spending much of my life attending trade shows in places like Las Vegas, Atlantic City, and elsewhere, I have a very clear picture of just what casinos bring to an area and, trust me, it has no redeemable value to society.
Bella Bennett writes from Sicily.
A long review of new telephone poles ends in ambiguity, and a pledge to work together.
Welcome to Agrabah, the City of Enchantment.
Now there are more leaves on the ground than there are on the trees.
The big news in Aquinnah is that Tobias Vanderhoop is the new chairman of the Wampanoag Tribe of Aquinnah.
There will be no West Tisbury column this week.