Well known Island banker Richard Leonard did not stay retired long. The Cape Cod Five Cents Savings Bank announced Monday that it had hired Mr. Leonard to serve as its regional president for Martha’s Vineyard. The announcement dovetails with the Cape bank’s effort to establish a stronger physical presence on the Island. Also Monday, the […]
The Martha’s Vineyard Playhouse dedicated the Patricia Neal Stage on Friday.
With school winding down for the year, preschoolers ages three to five years old scrambled to pull weeds, turn over the soil, form planting beds, add compost, and plant seeds. Before school let out for the summer they had successfully planted tomatoes, beans, kale, potatoes, and squash.
Rusty Gordon offers a glimpse into life on the farm.
On Sunday night, dreams came true, but storm-filled weather forecasts didn’t. Under a quadruple-posted pavillion tent, on the grounds of the Winnetu resort in Katama, the 36th annual Art Buchwald Possible Dreams Auction hosted a near capacity crowd in support of Martha’s Vineyard Community Services. Auctioneer Jimmy Tingle and former Plum TV personality Guinevere Cramer […]
Jim Swartz, campaigning his IRC 52 Vesper out of the Edgartown Yacht Club, dominated racing in two days of buoy racing, then finished a close second in the ‘Round the Island Race.
But, upswing is slow, variable across market segments, and lacks conviction.
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It was a hard job convincing people in Congress this wasn’t the case…I was told directly by other congressmen that these are rich people with waterfront homes. I tried to tell them that these are mostly family homes, many of them passed down through generations, but that was the mindset.
The Casino burned down in September 1892, together with the Sea View Hotel and a number of other neighboring buildings. ‘A southwest wind is all that saved the town,’ reported the papers.