Yearly Archives: 2013

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The Chilmark Community Center was all a-buzz from last Thursday afternoon though midday Sunday.

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The RISE Dance Company 2013 Showcase brought plenty of talent to the Dreamland stage in Oak Bluffs on Sunday.

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Two Martha's Vineyard students are charting a course in public service while participating in state efforts to give young people a say in government.

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Bird song is everywhere, now, and the number and diversity of birds singing seems to increase every day.

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One way to attract news customers or business is to rely on existing satisfied customers.

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March 25, 2013 Justin Brathwaite, Boston; DOB 1/20/78, operating motor vehicle with a suspended license: continued to pretrial conference. Tekla R. Silva, Vineyard Haven; DOB 9/24/61,...

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The Patients to Patients Project is a long-term undertaking with three goals: to provide chronically ill children and their families on Martha's Vineyard with ongoing support and comfort; to provide the Cystic Fibrosis Clinic at Boston Children's Hospital small gifts for their patients; and give the children who have been admitted to Children's Hospital for any illness toys, books, projects, and room decorations through fund raising and donations.

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The Woods Hole Historical Museum will host its ninth biennial Woods Hole Model Boat Show on Saturday and Sunday, April 13–14.

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An animated adventure comedy about one of the last surviving pre-historic families that embark on a road trip looking for a new cave as the earth is going through dramatic changes.

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Editor Doug Cabral utilizes fuzzy math, or perhaps no math at all, to reach his conclusions [At Large, March 21, 2013, The 'Not Our Crowd' approach to zoning against big houses] criticizing the proposed Chilmark bylaw aimed to regulate new house size in order to protect critical assets of the town.