We first heard about it when a friend of ours said, ‘I hear the Obamas are staying on your road this summer,’ a few weeks ago.
Chilmark police chief Brian Cioffi said the man wrapped the fawn in a shirt and brought it to his truck. Police retrieved the animal and put it in a dog crate in the station where, with the assistance of West Tisbury animal control officer Joanie Jenkinson, they attempted to feed it milk through an eye dropper.
On Monday, May 12, the up-Island oasis that’s evolving into as much an institution for Chilmark as Alley’s General Store has long been for West Tisbury opened its doors for the 2014 season. With its famous porch rockers sanded and painted, The Chilmark General Store is ready for folks to kick back with a bag […]
The fear that the homeowners have of losing access to their homes is real. The fear I have is that one of the Island’s most beautiful beaches will be harmed is also real. So, what do we do with all of this fear?
This past weekend, well, it was all about the Chilmark School for me. Brooks, my ten-year-old fifth-grader, returned from the school’s Outing Program ski trip. Seven students in all ventured to Carrabassett Valley, Maine’s Sugarloaf Mountain. Brooks along with his classmates Noah Glasgow, Menasha Leport, Keira McCarthy, Fynn Monahan, Imogen Taylor, and Bella Thorpe had […]
The 17th Chilmark Potluck Jam brought out 25 musicians
The Chilmark Potluck Jam is the place to go for good grub and good music. It’s back this Saturday, Feb. 1, at the Chilmark Community Center beginning at 5 pm. It’s free and open to all ages. Bring a dish and something to drink. Some of the Island’s best performers will be on hand, Joe […]
Fans were already waiting when Josh Aronie parked his mobile food truck at the Chilmark Store Monday.