Monthly Archives: May 2010
A smattering of Oak Bluffs town voters turned out Tuesday to put the finishing touches on the Oak Bluffs annual town meeting.
It's hard to have a romance with Stan (Alex O'Loughlin), a come-lately Mr.
The Cape and Islands chapter of the American Red Cross will hold an Adult CPR/AED and First Aid class this Saturday, May 8, at the YMCA at 57 Pequot Avenue in Oak Bluffs.
Corporal Anthony Sullo, USMC, right, received a big welcome home hug from his dad, Peter Sullo of Vineyard Haven, on his return to the Island Saturday, following his most recent tours of duty that took him to the Middle East and Haiti.
An event listing published on April 29, "Benefit Dance Performance," incorrectly listed the beneficiary.
The Island's Mass Casualty Unit van is parked and available when needed for an emergency response.
Martha's Vineyard Commission (MVC) members stalled on the topics of summer traffic counts and parking spaces at a continued public hearing last Thursday night to consider a proposed addition to the Tisbury Marketplace on State Road in Vineyard Haven.
The new temporary Lagoon Pond drawbridge is scheduled to close to traffic from 8 pm this evening until 6 am Friday morning.
Six hundred and ninety-one cyclists completed Bike MS: Ride the Vineyard fundraising ride, in the sun on Saturday with more than 100 volunteers and five Island businesses providing support.
Olga Terletzky Rouse, formerly of Michigan and Florida and Martha's Vineyard, died on April 28 after a three- year battle with lung cancer.
Good morning, Mom, Dad, and Brother Ian.
Tisbury fire fighters quickly extinguished a fire at 54 Main Street in Tisbury Sunday night, at the back of the building housing galleries owned by Louisa Gould and Peter and Ronni Simon.
Island Theatre Workshop (ITW) is very excited to have their own space after 42 years of traveling to different venues, from the Sailing Camp Park in Oak Bluffs to schools and senior centers.
There were Mint Juleps aplenty at the Portuguese-American Club last Saturday for what some call the most exciting two minutes in sports, the Kentucky Derby.
Edgartown selectmen dealt with noise complaints about Seafood Shanty, a popular and busy waterfront restaurant, at their Monday meeting.
Special cards to hand out to veterans, active military, and their families, thanking them for their service and sacrifice are available from Dukes County veterans services officer Jo Ann Murphy.
two ospreys posed in their pole-top abode.
Lots of Islanders have housing Odysseys to tell, and most are harrowing.