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Monthly Archives: May 2012

Martha’s Vineyard Summer Camps

With the weather getting warmer and the school year getting shorter, now is the time to think about camp.

Seeing red at the Tisbury Volunteer Ambulance fundraiser

The first Tisbury Ambulance Association fundraiser had EMT's dressed in red and strutting their stuff.

Martha’s Vineyard fuel spill costs Falmouth company $28,000

Loud Fuel Company, and manager Kabraul Tasha, pleaded guilty to failure to report a fuel spill, and environmental endangerment from an incident on Monday, April 23

Bicyclists ride the Vineyard to beat MS

The 18th annual MS Ride the Vineyard fund raiser may bring close to 700 cyclists to the Island Saturday May 5.

Filming begins on Martha’s Vineyard for ‘Sea of Destiny’

Last weekend, the cast and crew of a low-budget independent film that will commence shooting this fall made a trip to the Vineyard.

Magnificent magnolias thrive on Martha’s Vineyard

Is there a prettier tree to ogle than a magnolia?


Congratulations to Acting Deputy Chief Simon Bollin who has been voted by the selectmen to be the next Fire Chief for the Town of Aquinnah.


Tom Dresser has a new book out.


Who bought all the pea seeds? You go into a garden store one day and they haven't gotten any peas in yet, and the next day, they have come and gone.


Welcome back to Dr.

Oak Bluffs

Welcome back, spring — to the green grass, chirping birds, plants and trees in bloom and of course to the many residents returning from their winter stays in warmer climates.

West Tisbury

Kwanzaan cherry trees — enormously spreading, aggressively pink — decorate landscaped lawns across town.

Martha’s Vineyard little leaguers celebrate new season

The Martha's Vineyard Little League season has begun as 26 teams squared off at five venues across the Island.

Mon Amour opens its doors, baking for charity, and Sharky’s tequila

There's a new kid on the block in Vineyard Haven serving wild mushrooms in puff pastry with oyster sauce, asparagus soup with caviar wontons, and much more.

Eli Dagostino – Zooming in on his future

16-year-old professional photographer Eli Dagostino has a busy summer, and life, planned out.

In a 2007 interview, journalist Mike Wallace discussed depression

The newsman, a Vineyard Haven resident who died in April, discussed life, death, and depression, in a filmed 2007 interview, reproduced in full here.

Martha’s Vineyard students get a taste of the big apple

The students traveled to new York City as part of a cultural exchange program intended to foster cultural literacy.