Monthly Archives: November 2010
The Martha's Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) signed on as the first regional entity in the newly created Dukes County Pooled Other-Post Employment Benefits (OPEB) Trust at the school committee's meeting Monday night.
Real estate transactions have a way of rising to the top on Martha's Vineyard, whether the multimillion dollar exchanges of today or a simple gift between family members in the 17th century.
Family, friends, colleagues, and former students made their way to Windemere on Sunday afternoon to help John Mayhew of West Tisbury celebrate his 90th birthday.
The All-Island School Committee (AISC) approved $3.
This weekend, Islanders will get a chance to sample chicken and pork raised on Martha's Vineyard while supporting the effort to have meat processed here too.
It's birth and death in this road-show romp that partners two opposites: the urbane, tightly wired, frantic Peter (Robert Downey Jr.
A workshop on organic landscaping and gardening sponsored by the Martha's Vineyard Water Alliance and Vineyard Conservation Society takes place on November 10 at 12:15 pm, at the Martha's Vineyard Commission offices on New York Avenue in Oak Bluffs.
State House News Service – Massachusetts voters on Tuesday preserved a controversial law that supporters credit for producing much of the state's suburban area affordable housing.