Monthly Archives: August 2011
Volunteers, individual or in groups, are always needed to keep Habitat's low-income housing projects moving forward.
Tons of people, great weather, and added attractions made for a fabulous Fair over the weekend. How many days left till next year's Fair?
Hoping thousands of spectators would be there,he readied this draft horse for the Fair.
Why wait every five years to enjoy the company of old classmates? A group of 1983 high school grads decided not to.
A guinea pig seems like an innocent, low-maintenance pet, but potential trouble lurks with even the most basic pet.
Owners trotted out hundreds of pooches at the Ag Fair's always popular dog show last Sunday morning.
All the signs point to it: pesky yellow jackets, heavy dewfall, the katydid and cricket chorus, roadside banks of goldenrod. Summer is cresting and Labor Day looms.
Not so long ago, Tom Pallas watched his daughter, Naomi, start kindergarten. Now she's heading off to college, and he's got some...advice?
Vineyard Complementary Medicine and Dr.
The unemployment rate in Massachusetts held steady in July for a third consecutive month, hanging at 7.
Consumer confidence in Massachusetts fell sharply for the second straight quarter, according to Mass Insight, which reported August 18 that its index measuring consumer optimism and pessimism had fallen below 60 for the first time in two and a half years.
The West Tisbury Library Foundation Inc.
The draft horse-pulling contest at the Martha's Vineyard Agricultural Society Fair scaled new heights of excitement Friday when a two-horse team decided it was time to leave.
The Steamship Authority members held their regular monthly meeting on August 16, at the boatline's Hyannis terminal.
Oak Bluffs taxpayers and town employees will have to wait a while longer to find out how the selectmen will trim the current year budget by approximately $300,000.
The Tisbury selectmen have approved a plan for a new paid parking system at the Park and Ride lot at High Point Lane, to be implemented later this year.
The Oak Bluffs Police Department used Dukes County's