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Jane Legge Brown, age 89, died peacefully in her Oak Bluffs home on April 18.
Anne Margaret Nason died peacefully at age 93 on April 16, 2011.
Barton "Bart" Kent, 68, died on April 14 in Canajoharie N.
Florence Grace Borges died Friday, February 11, at St.
Audrey Louise Smith LeVasseur died peacefully on Monday, April 18, among family and friends at Windemere in Oak Bluffs.
The Oak Bluffs Public Library and Martha's Vineyard Library Association, in collaboration with and with support from the Bunch of Grapes Bookstore, Library Friends of Oak Bluffs, and a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services sponsors an Island-wide community read, One Book-One Island program.
Leila May Whynock Sequeira, born Leila May Whynock on February 27, 1928 in Brocton, died on March 28, 2011, at Martha's Vineyard Hospital.
Jessica June Weaver, 84, of Oak Bluffs died on April 11 at Martha's Vineyard Hospital.
For over 20 years, Tisbury Waterways has tested water for nutrients during rain events to document stormwater pollution.
The Cape Cod and Islands Chapter of the American Red Cross is holding a Pet First Aid class on Thursday, April 21.
Having recently had occasion to avail myself of some of the many and varied social services offered and rendered by our close-knit community, I was pleased by the kindness, compassion, and professionalism given me by Mary Ledde and the entire staff of the Martha's Vineyard Health Care Access Program.
This March, in Edgartown, a half-dozen houses were broken into.
It is indeed a difficult task to encapsulate what one stands for and one's accomplishments in two small paragraphs.
Another long winter on Martha's Vineyard is finally just about over, but for those who participated in the activities at the YMCA, it has been a winter well spent.
The first thing I did when I woke up this morning was read The Times and wow, what a great article! The kids and the cranes are a hit ("
Sunday, March 27, marked the final Sunday for the gas special offered by Up-Island Automotive.
On a trip to Southern Sudan, Ms. Taylor taught local women how to make a beautiful, intricate pendant "” to help them recover from the horrors of enslavement.