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 on Saturday, hoping to catch the big one. Plenty of trout were caught, along with pickerel, catfish, and more than a few tree branches. Here are the results from this morning: […]
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 team in Majors, Minors, Farm League, and T-ball made their way in a colorful procession from the Oak Bluffs police station down Circuit Avenue, arriving at Veira Park for the […]
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) Fisher, in April of 1999 and his daughter, Nancy Fisher. He was the father of Madeline Fisher, Louise Fragosa, Julianne Fisher, and Francis ‘Sandy’ Fisher II. A graveside service will […]
Selectmen quickly went through a long list of job and committee appointments.
Your Backyard Farm, a new business, provides help to Islanders who want to have a farm but might be intimidated by the amount of knowledge it takes, who are unable to care for animals in the winter, or who are on-Island for a short amount of time, according to a press release. Proprietor Rebecca Brown […]
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 slips and the removal of the present terminal building and earth fill dock. There is much misinformation about the dock. It has been described as sitting on wooden pilings […]
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 listing appears in Yankee’s New England Special Travel Guide May/June issue, now on newsstands. “We feel honored, to say the least,” owners Merrily, Frank, and Barbara Fenner said. “Great way to […]
Ever thought of learning to play tennis or of resurrecting those strokes learned in high school gym class and forgotten? An adult beginning tennis clinic, featuring some of the Island’s best teaching pros, will be held Saturday May 17 at 9am on the courts at Farm Neck in Oak Bluffs. The clinic is designed for […]
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 of Island high school students. The silent auction starts at 6 pm, and the live auction at 7:30 pm. Items include Red Sox tickets, trips to Boston, dining packages, propane and […]
With no electoral contests, 134 voters cast their ballots Wednesday.