Yearly Archives: 2014

Let your creativity bloom at Featherstone’s Ladies Nights

It's sort of like arts and crafts for adults. And you don't need to bring any skills or even talent to the table. That's...

Learn from the pros at Vineyard Gardens

Spring has sprung, and with it comes the start of Vineyard Gardens’ free and weekly Educational Lecture Series, beginning this Saturday, April 5. Running from...

Real Estate Transactions: March 24 – 28, 2014

Edgartown Mar. 24, Lester W. Holcomb, Jr. and Elizabeth R. Holcomb sold 14 Edgewood Dr. to Gregory L. Dankert and Dorothy J. Enrico for $499,000. Mar....

Martha’s Vineyard bridge club results

At the Edgartown Bridge Club on March 24, six pairs competed. Bea Phear and her partner, Helen Colvin, finished first, followed by Art Spielvogel...

Vineyard LAX boys shock Shamrocks with late goal

The Vineyard boys varsity lacrosse team couldn’t have started the new season any better. Tuesday in Attleboro, Tony Canha scored with 18 ticks left...

Pilgrim power plant is unsafe

To the Editor: As reported on primetime news this week, concerned citizens from the Cape area made a trip to the State House on March...

Eyesore rules needed

To the Editor: Congratulations on a superb piece of enterprise journalism on the Hall family real estate holdings. The Halls’ “aw-shucks we’re just plain folks”...

Fresh leaders needed

To the Editor: The power and authority to make personnel appointments, both hiring and promotion of those qualified, is a sound one but does require...

MVRHS spring sports preview, part two

The weather, slowly, is getting better and the MVRHS spring sports regular season is underway

OpEd: Gay Head Light’s salvation needs help of all towns

From the time it was built in 1856, it has drawn people to it, with New Bedford steamers bringing weekend tourists to Pilot’s Landing where oxcarts took them up the hill to the famous Light.