Monthly Archives: October 2012
Steve Myrick reported accurately in
As of September 21, Steamship Authority patronage was up robustly among passengers, automobiles, and freight.
Print deadlines made it impossible to use this space to comment on last night's presidential debate.
Consultant Karen Sunnarborg is at work now preparing an Island housing needs assessment, a much-needed update to the reports prepared in 2001 and 2005 for the Martha's Vineyard Commission.
Hilma Ann Dumont of Orlando, Florida, and West Tisbury died in Orlando on September 22, 2012.
Brendan David Archibald, 39, of Selbyville, Delaware, died unexpectedly on Friday, September 28, 2012 in Bishopville, Maryland.
Graveside services for Anthony (Tony) Puwal who
On September 23, ten soldiers arrived by plane to fish the Vineyard at the invitation of the Nixon family of Chilmark.
Is it a dance party? Is it an exercise class? No, it's zumba!
Snuggle up with one of these romance novels recommended by your Martha's Vineyard bookstores.
The backpack should be less than 15 percent of the child's body weight and it should not hang more than four inches below the waistline.
Fungi break down and digest hospitable materials, forming ever-deeper and more nutritious soils.
On September 15, 11 North Water Street in Edgartown became Eleven North and the old David Ryan's was empty no more.
Some inmates at the Dukes County House of Correction in Edgartown write poetry as a way of creating something from their jail time.