Monthly Archives: August 2011
On Martha's Vineyard in the fall hooking a big striper is the stuff of dreams and long nights. Increasingly it is difficult to find big fish.
An auction may be an unusual way to sell a house on Martha's Vineyard, but it is increasingly common across the country.
Storm-driven wind and waves sculpted the ever-changing Chappaquiddick shoreline and destroyed a popular TTOR boardwalk.
Selectmen agree on salary and benefits for the former Falmouth town manager, but the decision was not unanimous.
Edgartown's lawyer says accounting procedures must be changed so the town can be sure it is complying with public procurement laws.
Unable to agree on any regional response, local emergency planners took a decidedly local approach.
Oak Bluffs police will seek charges against an Edgartown man, in connection with an early morning break-in and the theft of a cash register containing a significant amount of cash, from Murdick's Fudge on Circuit Avenue on Sunday, August 21.
Gas prices in Massachusetts dipped for the fourth straight week, falling to $3.
It's off the beaches and onto buses for students next week.
Waves washing over the sea wall forced Beach Road to be closed during the weekend storm.
A Dukes County Grand Jury has returned indictments against an Edgartown man accused of dealing heroin while out on bail on a separate drug charge, and a Tisbury man accused of raping a child.
Oak Bluffs selectmen voted Tuesday to impose a $200 bond on a couple whose pit bull has escaped numerous times, frightening children and other dogs, according to police.
A dead tree on State Road near Vineyard Haven's Main Street that town officials feared would fall down or come down in pieces during...
August 18, Leo and Lorraine Pinsky sold 8 Wood Duck Circle for $450,000.
The Martha's Vineyard Regional High School Class of 1961 will gather for their three-day 50th class reunion September 16,17, and 18.
To get the attention of an agent or a publisher, writers need to apply perfect pitch, and be concise, clear, and animated.
Richard Boyleston's interest in colonial times runs much deeper than his genealogical connection.
Writers are turning to creative ways to get their work out these days. Self-publishing is just one of them.