Monthly Archives: January 2013
What began as a classroom project is now a museum exhibit that describes the role of sports in easing the pain of school regionalization.
From early in the morning until late at night, the YMCA Martha's Vineyard is a busy place that attracts a wide range of Islanders.
The library will be converted into a two-story, 18-hole mini-golf course, on February 1 and 2.
The Vineyarders used solid team defense and sharp shooting from the free throw line to beat the Shamrocks 54-46 in Attleboro.
Aubrey Ashmun scored with 1:23 remaining in the game as the Vineyarders secured a valuable Southeast Girls Hockey League point.
After 32 minutes of exciting, scrappy basketball, the Shamrocks came back from seven points down in each half and outlasted the Vineyarders, 78-70.
The fire began Saturday evening and was confined to one building in the Airport Business Park.
More than 2,800 revelers attended the annual event Saturday. They ate many gallons of hot chili and raised $37,000 to benefit the Red Stocking Fund.
MVY leaders said the money would allow them to continue to operate on the web and search for a new place on the FM dial.
In a plea agreement, the former insurance salesman admitted his guilt to charges of indecent assault on a child under 14, assault, and lewdness.
Selectmen discussed the need for a bylaw that would limit where pot smokers could light up in town.
Sheryl Lyn Cunningham, also known through two previous marriages as Sheri Gilpin or Sheri Wright, succumbed to a long-standing illness on February 4, 2012.
State Representative Timothy R.
A two-month search has ended with three off-Island finalists for the Tisbury job. Final interviews are next week.
Despite the external transformation, the agency's mission remains constant as it has since its inception in 1981.
Selectmen and the finance and advisory committee still waiting for work and financial records from the program director.
With regulations due out May 1, a local man is making plans and trying to gain community support. The state may seek delay for rule-making.
After long and contentious negotiations, a draft contract will benefit Chappaquiddick residents and MVTV viewers.
A regional cruise ship line wants to stop in the historic seaport town this summer.