Monthly Archives: February 2012
The annual dragon parade bumped and wound merrily through the aisles of the Edgartown Library children's department on Saturday, as traditional Chinese music played from a boombox.
Domestic violence is the leading cause of injury to women between the ages of 15 and 44 in the United States.
The Tisbury Business Association last week raised the possibility of a name change and a push for a new parking lot.
We extend our appreciation to Steve Nixon, Kate Murray, and all those who performed, helped, or attended the David Brand Scholarship Concert.
After arguing for thousands of years, "believers" and "non believers" both appear happily convinced the other is a fool for not "seeing the light.
The Scottish Society of Martha's Vineyard thanks all those who helped to make our annual Robert Burns Dinner such a success.
I think that people have a problem with minding their own business.
Ever since I started school, my mom has packed my lunch.
This is a plea to the owners of the Island food stores.
As happens every year at this time, there are town elections approaching.
I felt very compelled to write in response to
I have to disagree with
Since the interview for the Martha's Vineyard Times housing article
To the Editor:Jack Shea's recent article tells a grim and accurate story about affordable housing on Martha's Vineyard, but there is more to...
Having moved to the Vineyard this past summer with a child in the school system, we read with great interest
Amanda Hutchinson and I were neophyte beekeepers together.
I write with much sadness that a Vineyard love has fallen from us.
I am writing to honor Amanda Hutchinson, who died recently in Aquinnah of exposure, after the snowstorm on January 21.
On behalf of my family, I extend my sincere thanks to the Island community for its generous support during this difficult time.
The news this morning suggests that the real estate market on the Vineyard may be perking up a bit.