Monthly Archives: June 2010
William Preston Jr.
Vineyard Haven Public Library's Friends of the Library Art Show presents its first special exhibition, an event that is expected to become an annual event.
I want to thank everyone for their quick response, focus, and thoroughgoing work immediately following the dramatic accident I was in at State and Old County roads.
Vineyard Haven Public Library, 5 to 8 pm.
This past weekend's 12th Annual Spring Artisans Festival drew a large crowd to West Tisbury's Grange Hall to view art and mingle.
Thank you so much for the wonderful article on retired Edgartown teacher Mary Fisher (May 27, "Mary Fisher turns the clock on 103").
Can someone please explain to me what has become of Oak Bluffs center? With its tastefully remodeled Steamship Terminal, it seemed poised to become the new gateway to our Island.
Well, we almost had it.
"Spatial disorientation" was the cause of the aircraft accident that killed veteran Cape Air pilot and Vineyard Haven resident David D.
Smoke drifted over the Vineyard Monday.
Harvard Forest Director David Foster sounds remarkably chipper for a preeminent conservation expert whose team of 20 noted scientists from across New England just concluded that our region's forests are on the path toward becoming an endangered species.
To the Editor:I wish more than anything for some way to put a barrier around the Island before the oil gets here.
We just finished with Memorial Day and I'm tired already.
This spring, Amex, an elderly Corgi, came in for her annual visit.
"Let's do it in the fall" is what was proclaimed at the end of the Chilmark Ladies Luncheon last Wednesday.
Get well wishes go to Vera Shorter, Marcie Jones, and Gretchen Jacobs who at last word were in hospitals in Boston.
Three men, two from Oak Bluffs and one from Bourne, were arraigned Thursday in Edgartown District Court, on charges of rape and indecent assault and battery.
This is an open letter to the Tisbury Board of Health.
On Friday May 21, we organized the first Brazilian awareness day at the regional high school.
High energy, high-tech sequel to the first blockbuster has billionaire inventor (Robert Downey Jr.