Pulitzer Prize winning author and historian David McCullough said libraries have shaped his career.
In 20 years of sailing, the 60-foot catamaran Mad Max has carried over 100,000 passengers, averaging 5,000 a season, according to the boat’s owner, Robert Colacray. Docked in Edgartown harbor, Mad Max is a state-of-the-art catamaran, a sailing boat consisting of two parallel hulls. Its mast towers 70 feet above a spacious deck which is […]
Special events are plentiful for the MVAA this summer.
When Vineyarders have needed a tool, maybe a log splitter or a floor sander, impact driver or a floor nailer, or even a cement mixer, Tilton Rentall has been the place to find it, for the past 40 years. Sandra Lippens has run Tilton Rentall and Tilton Tent and Party Rentals at the corner of […]
It took a little time to maneuver the 24-foot-wide boat back and forth out of the lot where it had sat for almost three years. Once on Beach Road the Seeker moved along smoothly like a float in a parade, the blue flashing lights of the state police car leading the way.
The concert at the Tabernacle in Oak Bluffs is planned as a tribute to those he learned from.
Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School freshman Willa Vigneault missed the last two weeks of school, but with good reason. The 15-year-old student left the Island on Monday, June 16, to travel to Amman, Jordan, where she will study Arabic for the summer on a United States Department of State National Security Language Initiative for Youth […]
Virginia Dautreuil, 35, is the new superintendent of the 5,343-acre Manuel F. Correllus State Forest. She fills the position left vacant by the unexpected death of John J. Varkonda in late December at the age of 55 after 26 years in the job. The Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) appointed her to the […]
The plan is to move the unfinished 90-foot vessel east along Beach Road to Packer’s where work will continue.
Animal Health Care plans to create a sound dampening barrier to reduce the noise of barking dogs.