The Vineyarders beat their Island rivals to earn their first win of the season.
A major factor was cooperation between different departments and different plans. “Island-wide cooperation is what it’s all about,” said school superintendent Jim Weiss.
Insulation, shattered glass, wood framing and vehicle parts littered the floor. The car struck a fiberglass lobster tank weighing thousands of pounds filled with lobsters for the weekend and pushed it into a stainless steel counter, bending the counter. The counter crushed the end of a 12-foot custom fish case and shattered the display glass.
The Vineyarders had the bats working in the opening week, scoring 50 runs in three victories.
The young Vineyarders posted shutout wins over Norton and Fairhaven and topped Sandwich, 4-1.
Bemused readers ask novelist Nicole Galland for her take on navigating the precarious social landscape that comes with living on the Vineyard. Nicole, who grew up in West Tisbury, is known locally as the co-founder of Shakespeare For The Masses at the Vineyard Playhouse. Her combined knowledge of both this island and the world’s greatest […]
Critics Thursday told the Martha’s Vineyard Commission the addition of 10 apartments in Post Office Square would exacerbate parking and traffic issues.
It was a routine morning for Samantha Cooperrider, veterinary technician at My Pet’s Vet in Vineyard Haven — until she sat down at her computer. The screensaver was no longer a Rottweiler puppy with a backpack. It was a cheeky ransom note, informing her, “Your personal files are encrypted!”
This past Wednesday night, 12 Island artists and one photographer collaborated on a large-scale interactive project that was the highlight of a fundraising dinner at State Road Restaurant in West Tisbury. The event was called Creative Artists Plates and appropriately, given that the benefactor of the event was Island Grown Initiative (IGI), the artists were […]