Yearly Archives: 2010
Cooler weather is making the dogs frisky, although by evening they seem happy to curl up on their beds and settle in.
I just want express my appreciation to everyone who responded to the emergency on September 30, with my husband.
Edgartown voters will gather at 7 pm at the Old Whaling Church Thursday, October 28, for a special town meeting.
Well over 200 people attended ACE MV's first annual Cultural Festival at Martha's Vineyard Regional High School on Friday evening.
I would like to congratulate the Edgartown Board of Trade, festival chairwomen Melissa Vincent and Carol McManus, festival director Elizabeth Lopes, public relations director Robin Jones, the Boathouse, the Edgartown Yacht Club, and all the volunteers, chefs, vendors, and sponsors for a job well done with the Fourth Annual Martha's Vineyard Food & Wine Festival, www.
The Martha's Vineyard Horse Council hosted a hunter pace in the State Forest on October 10.
We applaud Oak Bluffs resident Paul Foley for having the guts and integrity to set the record straight with real facts, and for presenting an antidote for the stunning amount of disinformation that's been put forward on this pier issue.
As a concerned Edgartown resident, I would like to urge voters to speak up in support of our wonderful Edgartown Public Library.
Bravo YMCA of Martha's Vineyard.
Yes, Martha's Vineyard does have an affordable housing problem, but retaining 40B is not the solution to this distressing situation.
The affenpinscher is an adorably funny-looking breed whose German name translates as "monkey terrier.
Horace Alfred Brooker died peacefully in his sleep at the Henrietta Brewer House in Vineyard Haven on October 13.
An ad hoc group of Islanders will throw a party Saturday afternoon to honor outgoing Congressman William D.
Orion, the Hunter, is a constellation of autumn and winter and has been one of the brightest features of recent starry nighttime skies.
I wish to thank Dr.
The Derby committee wants the banner that provides a backdrop for so many memorable photos returned.
Can you believe we have been enjoying the annual Harvest Supper at the Stone Church for 38 years? Make your reservations now for the 39th this Saturday.
The summer with its balmy breezes, sun-kissed cheeks, and sand between its toes seems to bounce along the shore effortlessly with the rising and setting of the sun.
I heard that Cranberry Day was wonderful and that this season there are a ton of cranberries.