White breasts under the clear Aegean sea shallow in, pale and moving light green robes not to cover but to warm pure nakedness. A young Hector is walking the morning shore and turns his head, and then his body quite sidewise to line up the beauty of this day and the beauty of the sun […]
February 27, 2014 Raymond R. Auger, Edgartown; DOB 4/6/67, operating motor vehicle with suspended license: to be dismissed upon payment of $150 court cost and the completion of eight hours of community service. Jeffrey A. Wray, Oak Bluffs; DOB 8/21/71, OUI-liquor or .08%, 3rd offense, negligent operation of motor vehicle, possession of open container of alcohol […]
Walk part of the 150-acre property with Sheriff’s Meadow Foundation staff.
The face of our community has yet another wrinkle due to the passing of a favorite. Louis Larsen has left our shores for a place with fair winds, following seas and swordfish breaching in every direction. We all have stories to share about “Big Louie.” Take a few minutes to jot them down — he […]
Dean’s List Meagan McDonough of West Tisbury at Warren Wilson College in Asheville, N.C. Patrick McDonough of West Tisbury at the University of Massachusetts – Amherst. Honor Roll Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School, 2nd quarter Grade 12 HIGH HONORS Rae Filley, Avery Lazes, Aaron Lowe, Patrick McCarthy, Jacqueline Menton, Lucy Norris, Sarah Ortlip-Sommers, Sarah Parece, Barra […]
After a dismal January, Steamship Authority traffic volumes made strong gains last month, compared with February 2013. For February, passenger traffic rose three percent for the line as a whole, 2.8 percent for Vineyard routes, 4.3 percent for Nantucket. Automobile traffic rose 2.8 percent, 2.7 percent to and from the Vineyard and 3.5 percent for […]
Six top spellers from the five Island elementary schools and the Martha’s Vineyard Public Charter School will compete Friday, March 14, in the Vineyard’s Regional Spelling Bee, sponsored by the Martha’s Vineyard Times. The Bee starts at 9:30 am in the Performing Art Center at Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School. The public is welcome. The […]
Diane Streett, a judge from Delaware and an abutter to Sam Dunn’s bowling alley project, retained Ellen Kaplan of Kaplan & Nichols of Edgartown to spearhead opposition to the development, which was approved last week by the Martha’s Vineyard Commission (MVC). Ms. Streett was joined by nine other abutters in opposition. In a letter to […]
We are almost midway through March and the weather continues to seesaw between winter and spring. I have been raking out garden beds in sunshine and 40+ degrees, then awoke to snow Monday morning. The balmy weekend seemed to bring everyone out. Walkers with or without dogs and bicyclers in spandex were everywhere. Yardwork was […]
Regulating the use of nitrogen based fertilizers is seen as critical to the long term health of Island waters.