Monthly Archives: January 2012
The following places are offering promotions and specials to make your game day planning a little easier.
On any given day, at dusk and dawn, you'll find dozens of dogs and their owners at the Tradewinds Fields Preserve, familiarly known as the dog park.
Anyone who has spent at least one winter on the Vineyard has their own answer to this question. The Times asked a few in their 20s and 30s.
Vineyard singer-songwriter Joe Keenan has released a new CD.
Judge John Paul Sullivan, after investigating irregularities at the Edgartown wastewater plant, recommends that the plant manager be fired.
Dorothy Mae (Stankoski) Borselle of Yarmouth, Maine, and formerly of New Britain, Conn.
Warren William Cookson Jr.
It wasn't chilly out this past Saturday, and the 26th annual Big Chili Contest made it even warmer.
"We had 10 days to prepare. I downloaded every article I could find online about adopting and training a rescue dog. Then we read them over and over again."
The chairman of the board of selectman and the interim town administrator this week said the wastewater commission acted without proper authority.
Michael "Mike" Moraga, 56, of Oak Bluffs, died peacefully on January 20, 2012.
Marilyn Ann O'Callaghan of Vineyard Haven died peacefully at home on Thursday, January 26, after a long and valiant struggle with COPD.
An Oak Bluffs electrical contractor called The Times Thursday to report that he and others he knew had received text messages purporting to be from tax preparer H&R Block.
The loss leaves the Vineyard skaters with a 10-3 overall record. This was their first lost on home ice.
The Unitarian Universalist Society of Martha's Vineyard has been providing a liberal religious presence on the Island since 1860.
Chilmark selectmen met on January 18 and reluctantly agreed to place a pair of requests on the warrant of the April annual town meeting to appropriate a total of $86,267 to enroll both the Chilmark Pond and Squibnocket/Menemsha Ponds in the Massachusetts Estuaries Project (MEP).
In a joint meeting Monday, Edgartown and West Tisbury selectmen decided not to pursue a lawsuit that had already cost the towns more than $30,000.
The MVC called its review a wrap and is expected to approve Martha's Vineyard Community Television's new modern building.