Yearly Archives: 2013
In March, after seven years going round the Curves exercise circuit, franchise owner and manager Bethany Seidman closed her studio space at Woodland Center.
Bad Martha Brewing Company made its product debut in bars, restaurants, and package stores last week with the introduction of two ales: Vineyard Summer Ale, and Martha's Vineyard Ale, the company's flagship amber ale made with premium English malt and the finest English and American hops.
The National Trust for Historic Preservation today named the iconic Lighthouse to its 2013 list of "America's 11 Most Endangered Historic Places."
Approximately 100 people enjoyed cocktails & snacks and got a chance to view some of the museum's latest exhibits, including Ladies of the Sea.
Revenues and traffic to Martha's Vineyard were up in 2012. Truck traffic declined.
The Coast Guard said this week it will put off replacing the familiar rotating lamp with blinking LED bulbs.
A graveside service for Shirley Tilton, who died on May 23, will be held on Friday, June 21, at 11 am in the Oak Grove Cemetery on State Road in Vineyard Haven.
Thirteen competitors tried their best to eat 40 wings in under eight minutes while raising money for Eli Bonnell of Edgartown.
A Memorial Service will be held for Gray Mac W.
Velma Montgomery, 96, died Monday, June 10, 2013, at the home of her daughter in San Luis Obispo California.
The Harbor View Hotel in Edgartown hosted the 5th annual Celebration of Pets on Saturday