Monthly Archives: March 2012
Projects by private homeowners to remove utility poles and bury wires on Main Street along Tisbury's West Chop provide a winning view for everyone.
Edwin Luther Sibert Jr.
After a short hiatus, Shakespeare for the Masses will roll out another of their crowd pleasing productions March 9 and 10 at The Pit Stop.
In the third of a series of conversations with chefs, The Times asked Ms. Carreiro a few questions to get to know her better.
Judith Campbell's third Olympia Brown mystery, "A Despicable Mission," is set on Martha's Vineyard, where she was pastor of the UUSMV for 7 years
Massachusetts is one of ten states holding presidential primaries on so-called "Super Tuesday."
Coach Stewart said the second half, when the Vineyarders fought back in the face of great adversity, was a microcosm of the team's entire season.
Tisbury's proposed new Fiscal Year 2012 property values are available for taxpayers' review during a public disclosure period March 5-12.
A memorial service celebrating the life of
The number five ranked Vineyarders could not get by the number four ranked Tigers, in the quarterfinal MIAA game.
"I think we showed we can skate with the better teams, we played so great today against a very good team." – Coach Fiorito after the Norwood loss.
The second seeded Vineyardars will next play Westwood on Wednesday at 5:30 pm in Taunton.
Farmers and gardeners take note: Five one-acre plots are available at The FARM Institute in Edgartown.
With a convincing victory, the Martha's Vineyard girls advance to the semi-finals of the state tournament.
"We want to put as many people as possible in the stands. The team thrives on the crowd support," said booster club vice president Bill Davies.