Monthly Archives: April 2010
The young woman said she mistrusted what the media do.
Sunday, Islanders will visit the new Martha's Vineyard Community Hospital, at the invitation of the trustees, to see what years of planning and broad generosity from seasonal and year-round residents has wrought.
The Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah) will sponsor an exposition designed to provide participants with access to a wide variety of environmental health and energy expertise.
Despite a gleaming new façade, in the physical sense, the new Martha's Vineyard Community Hospital remains an island outpost of medical care linked by ferry and, in an emergency, helicopter to the mainland.
With a proposal for a new two-story building with retail and office space, a marine related business and an apartment, topped with a "green roof," Reid "Sam" Dunn hopes to build on the success of Tisbury Marketplace.
A fiscal year 2011 (FY11) operating budget of $20.
It was another sad day for our nation when the Democratic Party passed the health bill over the objections of the people and without a proper consensus between the parties.
Following immediately on the heels of Penelope Dickens' heartbreaking and tragic death on March 8 came an extraordinary outpouring of support from her Island friends and the entire Island community.
The volunteers of the Martha's Vineyard Fish Farm for Haiti Project thank all those who have donated financially and materially to our Earthquake Relief efforts.
On Saturday, March 27, a fundraiser to purchase uniforms for the boys tennis team at Martha's Vineyard Regional High School was held at the Vineyard Youth Tennis Center, under the sponsorship of the newly formed organization, Martha's Vineyard Community Tennis (MVCT).
As owners of Tony's Market in Oak Bluffs, we want Island residents and officials to know that we are, and for a long time have been, keenly aware of traffic issues on Dukes County Avenue.
The July 2 issue of The Times, on page 43, displayed a plan showing the coastline of the state of Massachusetts.
To the Editor:On April 13, voters will be making many important decisions. One item, Article 31, on the Annual Town Warrant, deals with the...
The national economic collapse, building since early 2007, culminated in the last quarter of 2008.