Monthly Archives: March 2012
Tisbury kicks off the Island's spring town meeting season on Tuesday, April 3.
The League of Women Voters of Martha's Vineyard will host a Tisbury candidates forum at 7 pm on Wednesday, April 4, at the Katharine Cornell Theatre, not at the Tisbury Senior Center as previously advertised.
Andrew Aliberti and Sarah McDonnell of Summer Shades on Main Street in Edgartown traveled to New York City and attended the sunglass trade show, Vision Expo East 2012, at the Jacob Javits Convention Center on March 23 and 24.
The Griffin Madison Corporation announced the purchase of the Dockside Inn, a 20-room inn overlooking Oak Bluffs harbor.
South Mountain Company, an employee owned architecture, building, and renewable energy firm in West Tisbury, has been recognized in the first nationwide 'Best for...
This weekend's concerts will feature the dramatic centerpiece of Cherubini's Requiem, the "Dies Irae" (Day of Wrath).
Considered by many to be the church's holiest season, Lent begins on Ash Wednesday and stretches nearly seven weeks before culminating with Easter.
Division of Marine Fisheries Director Paul Diodati unveiled a new sign that read, "John T. Hughes Hatchery and Research Facility."
One of the most important ways that the local institutions serve the public is as a social setting.
Whether it's a hawk killing a chicken or a tick infecting a human, there's a price to be paid for living so close to nature.
A group of selectmen and town leaders helped volunteers deliver Meals on Wheels on March 21 as part of a national campaign to raise awareness about elder nutrition.
Nancy Cabot and partner Carol Whitmarsh took first place at the Thursday, March 22, Island Bridge Club competition.
March 12, Constance Kammer sold 54 Pine St.
Welcome home to Ann Sylvester.
The weather has been so lovely and mild that my sense of time is completely off.
Deb and Ron Nagengast were in town this past week.
I could not believe the Vineyard Haven Steamship lot when we drove off the boat after a day trip last Sunday.
The wind is blowing and cooler temperatures, even frost, are predicted.
When writing this on Monday morning, the day started out rather dark and gloomy but soon blossomed into the sunny weather we have been accustomed to.