Monthly Archives: February 2012
Martha’s Vineyard boys hoops squad thumps Dedham, 79-46
The boys play at home Friday, at 5:45 pm, against Bishop Feehan.
Peter Rodegast was among the finishers in 20 miler
Peter Rodegast of West Tisbury was not listed with those who finished the 15th annual
Part of me wants to be outside in the sunshine, pruning, raking, digging, but the other part of me wants to burrow deeper into the cave and my quilt.
So here we are headed toward what the calendars say is Spring but just getting the start of winter weather.
This winter is certainly marching along.
I do apologize but they gave me the wrong date.
I really don't have much to say, because really most people are not here right now.
Brock Callen to race for Best national kiteboarding team
Having reached speeds of 45 knots kiteboarder Brock Callen is selected for the Best kiteboarding team.
Martha’s Vineyard youth soccer news
The U-12 Division 1 boys travel soccer team recently attended the U.
A pro for a night, Max Sherman displays his hockey chops
Saturday, a Martha's Vineyard coach scratched an itch that many athletes have but few get to scratch – testing themselves at the professional level.
Corinna McCurdy and Joshua Liebowitz married at the home of the bride's maternal grandmother, Pam Cassel, in Vineyard Haven on September 10, 2011.
Emelia Armstead of Edgartown at the S.
Susan Klein is writing a history of the first 150 years of the Martha's Vineyard Agricultural Society and Fair.
Besse and Iadicicco took first place in Island Bridge Club match
Barbara Besse and Bob Iadicicco took first place at the Thursday, February 23, Island Bridge Club (IBC) competition.
Vineyard Haven Public Library hosts community forums
Present services and future needs at the Vineyard Haven Public Library are up for discussion at two community forums on March 7 and 28.
Mal Jones of West Tisbury cooks up a new twist on speed dating
There are all kinds of interesting people on the Island, and here's one way to meet them.
Identifying gulls can make even expert birders wince
A couple of gulls from the far north, the Iceland and glaucous, can give birders fits when they try to identify them.