Monthly Archives: April 2011
The MVRHS girls lacrosse team defeated the visiting Bishop Feehan Shamrocks, Tuesday, 19-10.
Bishop Stang's boys and girls track and field teams came to the Vineyard Tuesday and sailed off with hard-won team wins.
With a diagnosis of diabetes comes a process of education about managing a chronic condition through individualized diet and lifestyle changes.
The elected Dukes County commissioners treated county employees, board members, and volunteers to lunch Tuesday, April 26, and served up a heap of praise.
In a courtesy call to Edgartown selectmen Monday, local businessman Brion McGroarty said he intends to seek permits to transfer his alcohol license to the building where Nectar's and Flatbread Pizza now operate adjacent to the Martha's Vineyard Airport.
The Vineyard Haven Library announces a new monthly event: Mahjong, the traditional Chinese version of the tile game of skill, strategy, calculation, and chance.
Four years ago, when Ashley Chase went to Bali, she didn't pack a bathing suit. One of the biggest surf spots in the world, she figured she'd buy one there.
Better than the pinkletinks, a sure sign of summer showed up, Monday, April 25, when the Little League Tigers took on the Cardinals at Veira Park, Oak Bluffs, and were edged by the redbirds in a thriller, 7-6.
Chuck Stevens of Mystic, Connecticut is a member of the Coast Guard auxiliary air wing.
I thank all the people who were so helpful in making the Minnesingers's recent performance tour to Prague and Paris such a success.
Good morning to all of the most wonderful folk on Martha's Vineyard.
The FARM Institute in Edgartown seems to be having fun with its "paloozas." First was Cornapalooza in August 2007, and this weekend is Sheepapalooza
The sun is starting to warm up the earth so that plants are awakening and starting to shoot up and actually blossom.
My son and I were visiting my parents over the Easter holiday weekend.
Last year was the Boston Jean Company's first year in business on the Island, at 11 South Summer Street in Edgartown.
April is National Volunteer Month, a time to recognize and celebrate those who volunteer in communities across the country.
In our new house in the city, there are bits of spring everywhere.
The club opens its doors on Memorial Day weekend with Grammy nominated reggae artist Don Penn on Friday, a local band party on Saturday, and Entrain on Sunday.