Monthly Archives: July 2010
A Dukes County grand jury returned indictments against three Island men on June 22.
On Sunday, Oak Bluffs School principal Laury Binney caught superintendent of schools James Weiss and school committee members off-guard with a June 26 email announcing his resignation.
Gretta Gonzalez and Mario Arellano of Edgartown announce the birth of their son, Charlie Arellano, on June 23 at Martha's Vineyard Hospital.
Articles in The Times about a wild turkey running around Vineyard Haven with an arrow through its back caught the attention of The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) and the Humane Wildlife Society Wildlife (HWSW).
Edgartown firefighters responded to a report of a house fully engulfed in flames late Wednesday afternoon in the Morgan Woods housing development off Edgartown-Vineyard Haven Road.
For a new hospital that looks pretty rich, the profit at the end of the fiscal year on March 31 was pretty thin.
On Tuesday, July 6 the Dr.
The American Red Cross, Cape Cod and Islands Chapter and the Animal Shelter of Martha's Vineyard announced that they have formed a collaboration to help provide emergency shelter and support pets and their owners on the Island.
On an island that has traditionally embraced blues, folk, and rock and roll, a dance music revolution is washing up the Vineyard's beaches, and it's going to begin up-Island with a bang.
On this July Fourth, Mary Anny Oggioni Deyette, a native of Brazil and resident of Vineyard Haven, will have a great deal to celebrate.
When I go shopping at the grocery and liquor stores and at donut and sandwich shops, or when I hire businesses for services, such as home repair or lawn care, I do expect to pay a bit more because of our location.
"Hundred Day Haul" is a bittersweet drive through a different America, one that is worth remembering —especially in the hopes of that optimism being restored.
As a nation, we grouse too much.
Hazy skies seem to hold in the heat and obscure the landscape as though a theatrical scrim was dropped over the island.
Oak Bluffs emergency management director Peter Martell remembered recently that his town found itself in an embarrassing situation last fall.
"No Turn For Tern! A Martha's Vineyard Moonlight Mystery," Rebecca J.
Six lovely private gardens in Edgartown were opened to the public on Monday, thanks to the Open Days Program of the Garden Conservancy, a national organization dedicated to preserving garden spaces of remarkable beauty and historical import.
You'd never guess Karen Colombo's first batch of ice cream was a disaster after tasting her Favorite Brand Ice Cream, made in Vineyard Haven and sold only on the Island.
In the rush of our day to day lives with all its routines and rigors, we often fail to take note or are caught unaware of those special moments that end up being among the most important of our lives.
Every Friday night volunteers serve up fresh lobster rolls from 4:30 -7:30 p.