Yearly Archives: 2010
Boat bluefish: Estey L.
The 65th Martha's Vineyard Striped Bass and Bluefish Derby concluded with a dramatic awards ceremony.
Eight possible applicants, all would-be homeowners, attended a seminar Saturday hosted by Habitat for Humanity of Martha's Vineyard.
West Tisbury selectman Jeffrey ("Skipper") Manter, who is also a police sergeant, announced last night that he was withdrawing his name from consideration for the job of West Tisbury police chief.
West Tisbury's zoning board of appeals (ZBA) has unanimously approved requests from Habitat for Humanity of Martha's Vineyard for special permits to build affordable houses on lots considered nonconforming.
When Mary Kenworth met her husband Jackson - a chef - more than 20 years ago, she had no intention of getting involved in the restaurant business.
This weekend, we will again be reminded of the range and depth of talent that flourishes on the Island.
A Martha's Vineyard Commission public hearing for a proposed state-built fishing pier in Oak Bluffs netted a big haul of enthusiastic Island fishermen.
"Seaward," one of West Tisbury photographer Michael Stimola's images, has been selected to be included in a tribute show at the Edward Hopper House Art Center.
ACE MV is hosting its first fundraiser, a celebration of diversity that will incorporate a number of educational elements, and just plain fun.
The Island Food Pantry will open for the season on Monday, October 18 at 2 pm at the Stone Church on William Street in Vineyard Haven.
When Geoff Rose and Jonathan Bernstein launched Our Island Club, they sought to uphold a sense of community and economic autonomy threatened by financial trends.
Friday's Homeocming Weekend football game between Martha's Vineyard and Somerset promised to be a tight contest between two equally talented and undefeated teams.