Monthly Archives: January 2013
We continue to fine-tune the Comment feature on mvtimes.
Lately, the Martha's Vineyard Housing Needs Assessment Study Committee — don't worry, there's no acronym quiz later — has been batting around an early draft of the preliminary report prepared by their consultant, Karen Sonnarborg.
On December 31, 2012, following a long illness, Freda Belain Rocker died peacefully at her Boston home surrounded by family she loved, including her great-granddaughter, Alaysha Bedell, her special caregiver during her final days.
Timothy Carroll Sullivan Jr.
Gray Mac W Bryan Jr.
In different ways but in the same grand spirit, Martha's Vineyard said goodbye to 2012 and hello to 2013.
Euclid Returns'Tis the season? No, 'taint.Santa Claus has been and gone,But wait! There's more!Would you believe that Euclid, of all folk,Was carried in...
Making a connection that helps the healing begin.
What began as a Martha's Vineyard support group is now a national organization for helping widowers deal with loss of their spouses.
A total of 104 hardy souls braved the numbing chill and wind to benefit the Moore family of Vineyard Haven and get some exercise.
If getting into better physical shape is one of your goals, you may want to consider cycling on an exercise bike.
Approximately 60 birders took to the field, and tracked down more than 21,000 individual birds representing 121 species.
The goal of the program is to better connect the Island's habitats to mitigate or abate the effects of habitat fragmentation.
Sweet voices, winter skies, and the beat goes on.
Some great ways to start the New Year off right.