Monthly Archives: May 2010
Martha's Vineyard Ice Arena manager Kurt Mundt took the wheel of a brand new Zamboni that arrived Tuesday morning.
The All-Island School Committee (AISC) has agreed to add a physical therapist to school superintendent James Weiss's office staff.
Reports this March that Sengekontacket Pond, a popular shellfishing spot for thousands of summer visitors and residents alike, would be open to shellfishing once again this summer, except immediately after heavy rainfalls, were premature.
Edward Karol Lattanzi, 47, of Edgartown and formerly of Sarasota, Fla.
A Steamship Authority dock-building contractor is pounding away at the Vineyard Haven terminal's south slip.
Oak Bluffs police chief Erik Blake outlined for selectmen Tuesday the service cuts he plans, in response to budget cutbacks and the defeat in April of a Proposition 2.
High Honors: Andora Aquino, Matthew Fisher, Olivia Gross, Sarah Hall, Anna Hayes, Gail Herman, Shaelah Huntington, Madison Ibsen, Tessa Permar, Meghan Pettit, Hayley Pierce.
On a warm, clear night in Washington, D.
The Tisbury Department of Public Works is in the final stages of establishing a certified water testing laboratory at the Tisbury Wastewater Facility.
Richard McElhinney, 48, of Tisbury, a custodian at the Tisbury school, was arraigned in Edgartown District Court May 20, on a charge of child rape.
Students clad in elegant gowns and tuxedos poured from stretch limos, vans, and buses into the Mediterranean on Saturday, May 22, for the M.
The SafeRides Program of Martha's Vineyard has been running strong for 11 years now.
The following was sent May 26 to our 1,327 Let Vineyarders Decide (LVD) members on Facebook, Twitter and the LVD site.
"Jena will never have an apartment, get a real job.
The Memorial Day weekend is the chance for Islanders and visitors to wet a line for the first time.
Representatives from the office of U.
The season of Vineyard disgruntlement is upon us.