Monthly Archives: April 2010
Weeks ago, several young art students were given inexpensive plastic cameras, called Holgas, and an assignment to take one roll of pictures per week.
Martha's Vineyard Community Services Early Childhood Program (ECP) was selected as one of the top 10 high-performing school readiness organizations in Massachusetts by Social Impact Research (SIR).
This week, Leslie Hewson is baking for a cause.
In an email public records request dated March 5 addressed to Michael Dutton, Oak Bluffs town administrator, Martha's Vineyard Times reporter Steve Myrick asked for a copy of a letter the Oak Bluffs police union sent to police chief Erik Blake regarding then-selectman Kerry Scott.
The directors of the Animal Shelter of Martha's Vineyard (ASMV) hired Lisa Burke Hayes of Edgartown as the full-time shelter operator.
This weekend Martha's Vineyard will host a series of water conservation-related events to help celebrate the launch of "Written in Water: Messages of Hope for Earth's Most Precious Resource," published by the National Geographic Society and the Island premiere of Chilmark filmmaker Adam Geiger's film, "Shark Eden.
What is your dream for your life and your Island? That's just one of the challenges 40 Vineyarders from ages 16 to 23 will try to answer in a week-long Youth Summit hosted by the Stone Soup Leadership Institute this summer.
What began as a daytime trade show evolved in to an all-night dance party with local musicians and DJ's entertaining guests at WVVY's Air Fair last Saturday, April 24.
Leaves have appeared overnight.
About 150 members of the Wampanoag Tribe of Aquinnah and their guests gathered at the tribal headquarters for a spring social featuring food, music, and the arts.
Chilmark Chocolates reopens today.
Shoppers will pay five cents apiece for paper grocery bags at Cronig's Markets in Vineyard Haven and West Tisbury starting on May 1.
Three Island towns, Oak Bluffs, Chilmark, and Edgartown, earned e-government awards for their efforts to post relevant government documents and information on their town web sites.
Martha's Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) junior Jordan Wallace, son of Mark and Patricia Wallace of Oak Bluffs, hopes to play lacrosse and write poetry at Brown University.
The buds are on the oak trees, which means everything is probably already green in Vineyard Haven.
Our town is looking brand new with all the activity going on around Circuit Avenue and in front of the Steamship Authority wharf.
May is only days away.
Bill Buckley describes himself as "Just a regular guy with a painting addiction.
The Tisbury School gym was rocking on the morning of April 16, and it wasn't just because everyone was excited about the upcoming school vacation week.