Monthly Archives: December 2012
Oliver Filley of Edgartown at Savannah College of Art and Design in Savannah, Georgia.
The directors of the Farm Neck Foundation have announced their annual grants for 2012.
The screenplay is by Tom Stoppard from the Tolstoy novel of the same name that sits near the top of most people's best books of all time lists.
Some commenters at a public hearing last week questioned whether the Martha's Vineyard Commission should let town boards take the reins.
Douglas Andrade and Isabella Hazel El-Deiry, two seniors from the Martha's Vineyard Regional High School, became members of the Governor's Statewide Youth Council (GSYC) for Dukes County, in a ceremony on November 30.
A pasta dinner for Mikey and Ashley Waters will be held Sunday, December 9, at the Portuguese-American Club in Oak Bluffs, from 5 to 7 pm.
Town officials say adding a paramedic will give the department some flexibility, and provide additional service.
The Stop & Shop Supermarket Company, which has stores in Edgartown and Vineyard Haven, recently announced plans to end its rebate program that awards customers five cents a bag for using their own.
An Oak Bluffs man was arrested December 5 on child pornography charges in a coordinated investigation that involved State Police on Martha's Vineyard, Oak Bluffs Police, and State Police assigned to the Cape and Islands District Attorney's office.
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November 15, 2012 Stephen L. Jenkinson, Vineyard Haven; DOB 1/24/68, operating motor vehicle with suspended license: dismissed at the request of the Commonwealth; no inspection/sticker:...
Six students from the Charter School stroked against 250 of the Northeast's best young rowers, November 17, in the "Icebreaker" race in Hull.
Alec will appear in the magazine's Faces in the Crowd feature for the Dec.10 issue. Former MVRHS field hockey player Liane Dixon graced SI in 2004.
Swimming joins the winter sports varsity mix as the Vineyard teams try to match the unprecedented success of 2011-12.
Falmouth Academy will host an information session for Martha's Vineyard families on Thursday, December 6, at the Martha's Vineyard Hebrew Center in Vineyard Haven.
Yesterday morning I went over to the fire station across the street to thank the guys putting lights up as they do every year.
To me, music has always been the perfect introduction to the Christmas/holiday season and last Sunday afternoon was a wonderful start.
The holidays are now in full swing, what with the turkey day leftovers tossed aside for ribbon and holly and twinkling lights.
I am tired of Christmas already and it's still three weeks away.