Monthly Archives: June 2012
Welcome to one of the scariest moments you'll ever live through.
Last month, after my column on the Vineyard Transit Authority was published here, I was struck by the vehemence of one online poster who lambasted our regional bus service as a source of traffic congestion and air pollution and an assault on American free enterprise.
Mary Lu Healey of Oak Bluffs died on Wednesday, June 6, 2012, at the Martha's Vineyard Hospital.
The first woman captain of NOAA's Gloria Michelle grew up on Chappaquiddick and learned the ropes on the Naushon Island and Chappy ferries.
West Tisbury voters nibble at new rules for dogs on the Lambert's Cove Beach. They reject a new, tougher town leash law.
Jane Cottle Baker died on April 9, 2012, at the Henrietta Brewer House in Vineyard Haven.
The Vineyard girls defeated Fairhaven in five matches Tuesday. They will play Cohasset or Ursuline Thursday.
The Sense of Wonder art classes have ended, but their summer camp begins soon. Last Sunday they hosted a benefit art sale at the camp.
The Boathouse Club in Edgartown hosted a cocktail party with entertainers Tim Conway and Louise DuArt to benefit Rotary Club charities.
For this new feature, interns Ben Williams and Naomi Pallas will scour establishments each week for classic and exciting drinks.
The Martha's Vineyard School of Ballet dancers bring "Annie" to life on the Performing Arts Center stage.
Jean (Rodman) St.
Family, friends and admirers will gather at 10 am on Saturday, June 9, at West Tisbury's Polly Hill Arboretum to honor the late Rose Treat.
Michael Hunter's second Vineyard venture, an offspring of his 15-year-old Oak Bluffs-based business PIKNIK Art & Apparel, features an attractive co-mingling of fashion and art.
Photographer Alison Shaw has the ability to transform a beautiful and familiar subject into a new experience for the viewer.
Poor weather did little to hamper the spirits of those who walked to remember cancer victims and support cancer survivors.
The top seeded Vineyard boys stayed unbeaten at 19-0 and advanced to the sectional semi-finals in the MIAA Division 3 state tournament.
Lakeville voters on June 2 said no to a proposed tribal casino. On May 29, voters in the adjoining town of Freetown also rejected the plan.
The Steamship Authority said exhaust and not smoke led to false reports of a fire on the motor vessel Martha's Vineyard Friday evening.
All five matches ended in straight sets. The Vineyarders (17-2) advance to play the winner of the Westport-Fairhaven match, Tuesday.