Yearly Archives: 2010
This page is relentlessly in favor of libraries.
This Sunday, October 24, at 2 pm one hundred or more Islanders will set out from St.
Mary Rose Lynch was born on May 24, 1907, to Daniel and Octavia Lynch of Lowell.
Chilmark officials broke ground yesterday for three duplex apartment buildings to be built as part of the Middle Line Road affordable housing project.
The Bishop Feehan girls and boys cross-country teams came to call Wednesday to match their speed and endurance with the Vineyard high schoolers in a 5K race through the State Forest.
The Martha's Vineyard High School field hockey team lost a nail-biter to Notre Dame at Hingham, Tuesday, 1-0, despite the excellent and effective work by defenders Jill McHugh and Niki Alexander.
Jennifer Rollins Larson, age 42, of Zion, Illinois, and Oak Bluffs died suddenly on October 18.
The Flag football league at the Boys & Girls Club was busy last Saturday.
The MVRHS boys cross-country team bested Somerset on the Raiders' 5K course, Monday, 20-35.
The Vineyard FC Masters lost its game with the league leading Inkas Sports Club, Sunday, at Holbrook High School, 3-2.
The Tisbury selectmen plan to ask police to step up enforcement of parking rules in the Park and Ride lot off High Point Lane.
Rosalie Nina Francis, 97, died on Monday, October 18, at Windemere in Oak Bluffs where she has resided for the past several years.
"Your letter implies that the riders are a bunch of disrespectful adolescents with no regard for the public, when in fact most of the riders are over 35 and ride with their children in their free time.
Emma Stone is wonderful as the outcast Olive, a virgin who creates a phony reputation as a sexually promiscuous hottie — inspired by Hawthorne, she embroiders red As on her tee-shirts — and becomes super cool.
In response to the letter "Dirt Bikers spoil the peace, violate the laws" (
Paving operations for Phase 1 on the Bourne Bridge are scheduled to start today and continue through Saturday, October 23, as the U.
This letter was written to Commissioner Rick Sullivan, state Department of Conservation and Recreation.
Maybe it was because a crisp fall day dawned instead of the predicted rain.