Monthly Archives: January 2013
Tragedy unfolds in our country from the barrel of a gun every single day.
We apologize for the delay in writing this letter to thank so many of you.
This letter was sent to the Oak Bluffs harbor management committee.
So our president is "different.
It is a sad truth that the Fresh Pasta Shoppe of Edgartown is going to close by mid-February.
Whither our heritage? What makes our Island distinctive and attractive? What lures our affections to return year after year? And to own taxpaying property here? I believe that it is largely our customs, traditions, and welcoming atmosphere.
The answer to West Tisbury's traffic problem at State and Old County Roads is simple, safe, efficient and effective: a roundabout.
Just a quick note to tell you how very much I have enjoyed the recent Nelson Bryant pieces with illustrations by Glenn Wolff.
West Tisbury's historic Mill Pond, on the Mill Brook, has been the subject of considerable attention going on five years now.
It is not possible for a reasonable person to understand in relative terms the philosophy behind the Martha's Vineyard Regional High School's administrative reaction to two youngsters who have misbehaved.
Punctuation issues never get a second look from Hollywood screenwriters searching for a movie idea.
While we remember The Daggett House and Papa's Pizza, we can count on the Ocean View, Square Rigger, and several more.
The popular Circuit Avenue restaurant will be offered for sale or lease.
The performance filled evenings comprise just one initiative of an organization called Pathways Projects Institutes.
Erosion is threatening the iconic Vineyard lighthouse. A special town meeting will address the issue of purchasing and moving the beacon.
He began his career as a tailor. By January 1855 he was wealthy enough to help found the Martha's Vineyard Bank of Edgartown.
Izak Browne, Navardo Anderson, and Jack Roberts keyed a big second half as the Vineyarders overcame a slow start and beat Somerset Berkley 65-51.
Take a look at the website of photographer Eli Dagostino and you're likely to see someone you know.
A knowledge of railroads and the Pony Express earns David Krauthamer the top prize.