Yearly Archives: 2014

A cold, cold, snowy winter. Or was it?

While many people on Martha’s Vineyard perceived the temperatures were drastically below normal, the data tells a different story.

Seasonal Sanity: Spring

The season of the big inhale

Real Estate Transactions: March 10 – 14, 2014

Chilmark March 11, Steven B. Flanders sold a lot off Tabor House Rd. to Steven Yaffe for $400,000. Edgartown March 13, Andrew Loring Rowe, Jr., trustee of...

MVRHS students make their mark on engineering challenge

Each month Martha's Vineyard Regional High School students are given the opportunity to compete in an engineering challenge. The goal of the challenge, according...

Tisbury students study women in history

The Women in History through Theatre program provides real life lessons.

Workout of the Week: Jumping Rope

we practiced a number of beginner moves, including the 'double bounce, (jumping twice while the rope circles you.) While I grew frustrated by my lack of coordination and heavy breathing, I realized how little Ms. Waldrop seemed to have to strain. I was ready for an orthopedic bed and some Gatorade at this point, but we weren’t done yet.

Little League registration, tryouts Saturday, 3/22

Registration, tryouts, and evaluations for Martha’s Vineyard Little League baseball, Gateway Babe Ruth baseball, and girls softball will be held this weekend. Saturday, March 22,...

Class for soccer referees Saturday

By a special arrangement with Island soccer organizations, the Massachusetts State Referee Committee will host a class for anyone interested in becoming a soccer...

Agawam wins Red Kennedy tourney

Vineyard Mites take second.

MV Bantams end season with win

The Martha’s Vineyard Bantams ended the regular hockey season Sunday with a 2-0 win over the Coyle Cassidy Junior Warriors. Zack Fullin earned the...