Monthly Archives: November 2010
The fun starts at 6:30 pm this Wednesday, Dec. 1 with the lighting of the tree in Post Office Square, followed by merriment in the Game Room at Seasons.
Vandals damaged lights on the Owen Park dock in Vineyard Haven early Monday evening.
The high school golf team celebrated its 13 win, 5 loss successful season at an awards banquet Tuesday.
In the early RCBL game Monday at the Boys and Girls Club, the unbeaten Bulls extended their half-time lead of 56–48 over the Lakers to finish the contest up by 20, 92-72.
As part of the holiday season The Martha's Vineyard Times invites our readers to provide an update on Islanders serving in our country's military, for publication in the December 30 issue.
Edgartown selectmen added an article to the December 16 special town meeting warrant that would clear the way for a town sponsored solar power project.
Our weather still seems unseasonably mild as we approach Thanksgiving and the last weekend of November.
Helen (McDonald) Burt of Vineyard Haven died Tuesday morning, November 23, 2010 at home.
The Martha's Vineyard junior high football squad played the first game in Saturday's Island Cup clash with Nantucket on the jayvee soccer field at Martha's Vineyard Regional High School.
Carol Combra Clark died peacefully at her home in Tisbury surrounded by her family on Saturday, November 20, 2010, after a lengthy illness.
The Martha's Vineyard Joint Transportation Committee (JTC) will discuss a 2011 regional transportation plan (RTP) for the Island, in a public meeting on December 1.
The Tisbury Business Association (TBA) kicks off a month-long series of special holiday events in Vineyard Haven this weekend.
Thanksgiving will be following shortly after you read this column.
Word from the Martha's Vineyard Collegiate Baseball team is that the contest to name the new team has reached the final four: Sharks, Islanders, Ospreys, and Fighting Clams.
A public hearing on Martha Vineyard Regional High School's fiscal 2012 budget will take place Monday, November 29, at 7 pm, in the performing arts center.
The Vineyarder junior varsity played Pope John Paul II High School of Hyannis Saturday morning.
The red-hot Martha's Vineyard Travel Mites defeated Lower Cape Cod, Sunday, 5-2.
Shivonne Schofield and Michael Schroeder qualified for the Eastern Mass.
Two Vineyard girls basketball teams, one made up of fifth grade girls from Island schools, and another made up of seventh grade girls, entered the Kim Craft tournament at Falmouth Academy last weekend.