(For starters: seeing John in his underwear).
A house slated to be demolished will be used to stage emergency rescue practice in real fire conditions.
Bacteria as a source of energy took the top spotlight among the many projects at the 15th annual science fair.
Theodore Carl Meinelt, better known as Ted, of Chilmark died at the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital on February 5, 2014 following a short illness. He was 97. Ted was born on July 15, 1916 in Lawrence, Massachusetts. He was the only child of the late Walter and Clarice (Anderton) Meinelt. Both of his parents worked in […]
Martha’s Vineyard Commission says noise, traffic studies needed.
And a lot of Vineyarders have stories to tell.
For Janet Messineo on our birthday. I can tell time in the dead of night without a watch 4:00 A.M. sharp Janet starts her car rods strapped to the roof waders and gear on the seat snack bag tackle box keys It’s Derby time! Janet’s in her glory heart pounding mind racing “goin’ for the […]
Regan Maund and Joshua Goldstein are happy to announce their engagement. The couple met as students at Goucher College and, after many years of adventures, are marrying on the Island in September. The couple will continue to reside in Vineyard Haven.
At the Martha’s Vineyard Bridge Club in Vineyard Haven on January 28, eight pairs competed. Finishing first overall were Ency and Robert Fokos, followed by Michel Riel and David Donald in second. Tied for third place were Nancy Neil and Bea Phear, and Barbara Besse and Sue Collinson. At the Island Bridge Club in West […]
Ferry reservation ethics.