Yearly Archives: 2014

1
It was a picture perfect spring morning as over 100 children, ages 3 to 14, cast their lines into Duarte’s Pond in West Tisbury...

0
The Martha’s Vineyard Little League officially celebrated opening day on a sun-splashed Saturday morning with the annual parade in Oak Bluffs. Players, coaches, and parents from every...

0
Francis Elliot Fisher, 98, of Edgartown died on Thursday, May 1, 2014 at Martha’s Vineyard Hospital.Francis was predeceased by his wife, Julianne M. (Duchesne)...

4
Selectmen quickly went through a long list of job and committee appointments.

0
Your Backyard Farm, a new business, provides help to Islanders who want to have a farm but might be intimidated by the amount of...

4
To the Editor: I have viewed with interest the SSA’s plans for the Woods Hole terminal renovations. The initial proposals were all predicated on three full-sized...

0
Yankee Magazine has awarded The Galley in Menemsha its Editor's Choice for Best Of New England in the category of casual dining. The award...

0
Ever thought of learning to play tennis or of resurrecting those strokes learned in high school gym class and forgotten? An adult beginning tennis...

0
The Portuguese-American Club hosts its annual benefit night this Friday, May 2, for the scholarship fund that has awarded money towards college to hundreds...

0
With no electoral contests, 134 voters cast their ballots Wednesday.