Monthly Archives: September 2012
Martha's Vineyard is 6-0-1 overall and 3-0 in the EAC as it moves through a tough stretch of five consecutive road games.
Matt Marchand shot a pair of 38's and Kat deBettencourt added one of her own to lead the way for the Vineyarders.
Mike Schroeder and Julian Kelly took home medals as the Vineyard boys varsity finished 5th out of 35 schools and the jayvees were 10th of 44.
The Islanders defeated a scrappy FIMA FC of Braintree 2-1 in a battle of unbeatens Sunday morning at Martha's Vineyard Regional High School.
The undersigned have been following the situation that has been ongoing between the town of Edgartown and Jim Klingensmith, surrounding his disabling back injury incurred while on active duty at a fire scene in Edgartown almost three years ago.
The Monster Shark Tournament is a disgrace.
We would like to thank the whole Island community for their continued support at our ongoing electronic waste and awareness collection held every Sunday now through Thanksgiving in a different Island town.
Since I prefer the Democratic Party, I have never voted for a Republican in the 16 presidential elections since I turned 21.
As the First Congregational Church of West Tisbury gathers on September 30 to celebrate the completion of the first important steps in the restoration of our church building, we thank our town for the generous grant of $150,000 of Community Preservation Act funds.
There are many benefits and hardships from living on an Island.
On three occasions this summer, either my wife or I required emergency service from the Martha's Vineyard Hospital.
As a follow up to the article written by Janet Hefler [Private affordable housing project takes shape in West Tisbury, September 13] on our affordable housing project, I would like to say thank you to the people who have contacted me with offers of materials.
The negative online comment from Sandy Thirstons about the Royal Pig Pen at the Scow construction site leads me to suggest that she come down to help clean it up.
I have never written a Letter to the Editor, but the Hyland-O'Reilly debacle has just really pulled my chain.
I am not surprised there hasn't been any sports coverage of the Vineyard Warrior Triathlon, held September 9, on the Vineyard.
Nelson Sigelman's choice of title for his September 13 fishing column [Mill Pond is one of the dots in a bigger picture] couldn't have provided a better image for preservation of the Mill Pond and its upstream cousins: Mill, Priester, Crocker, Fisher (Woods), plus two or more smaller ponds, each with dams.
Here is some advice about hurricane preparedness.
Islanders benefit from astonishing levels of private philanthropy that endows or assists so many of us, in support of services we need.