Monthly Archives: November 2012
GoneDragging my feet into this onemore than ever before.Closer to mortality? Dreading a late dawn?My garden still lingers, teasing meNasturtium on withered vine.The fatigue...
Win, place, and show (or first, second, and third place) finishes at duplicate bridge are often a matter of how you look at the numbers.
Eiza Francisco DePaula and Richard D.
Three loads of donations from Martha's Vineyard will be delivered by Island volunteers to communities in New York and New Jersey.
High fashion is where you find it, and you may find it at the swap. Women may also find themselves empowered and helpful to others.
Craig's changes hands.
Two Susans, a gift shop at 65 Main Street in Vineyard Haven, will close in early January, owner Susan Leland told The Times this week.
Martha's Vineyard Screenprinting has moved to the building that now houses the new Radio Shack store, at 426 State Road, Vineyard Haven.
The barge, which looked very much like an oil drilling rig, prompted many questions from Island residents.
Brooks Carroll is hoping it was a good Samaritan, and not a thief, that took his rowing dinghy.
Officers Maria Williams and Curtis Chandler of the Aquinnah Police Department received training at an Emergency Vehicle Operation Course (EVOC) held October 10-11, at the U.
The Martha's Vineyard Detachment of the Coast Guard Auxiliary will offer a two-week GPS for mariners course beginning Wednesday, November 28, 2012.
The grand hotel plans to ring in the New Year with a bang, after a successful fireworks celebration last year.
Annual grants go to MV Center for living among others.
Oak Bluffs' Veterans Day parade is one of 62 regional observations officially designated nationwide by the Veterans Day National Committee.
The commission is near the end of its biennial review of its trigger thresholds and might add big house proposals to the list.
The second stage of the Vineyard Power Cooperative's (VP) solar canopy project at Cronig's Vineyard Haven supermarket is well under way.
With his contract cut short and his duties as town administrator reduced to an advisory role, Mr. Bugbee remains a town employee until December 31.
Tonight: Voters will decide whether to spend $250,000 on long-deferred maintenance to town buildings. Read all the warrant articles here.