Monthly Archives: February 2013
Snowdrops are really earning their name this year.
Fresh lobster rolls are available at Grace Church this Sunday from noon until 2 pm or when they are sold out.
Everyone is out having fun here, there, and everywhere with February break in full swing.
6:10 Winchester vs.
Gabriel Bellebuono traveled last week with the Mass Youth Soccer Olympic Development Program (ODP) to Portugal and Spain.
The team's roster includes Martha's Vineyard Regional High School shortstop Jack Roberts.
According to the 2013 schedules, there are 14 SSA sailings from the Vineyard, seven of which provide a connection of 20 minutes or less with the bus to Boston.
My name is Gretta Hehre and I am from Vineyard Haven.
I am writing because I am very concerned about pollution on Martha's Vineyard.
My family has owned a "gingerbread cottage" overlooking Oak Bluffs harbor for several generations.
On January 22, my son, his girlfriend, and I boarded the 2:30 ferry in Vineyard Haven after loading luggage and gear onto the baggage cart.
I read with interest the recent article about problems with the school building in Chilmark.
In 2006, this space recalled the December 2004 decision of the state Supreme Judicial Court (SJC) that ruled that the Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah) is subject to local enforcement of zoning regulations with respect to the construction of a small shed on the so-called Cook Lands.
Looking at my bedside table the other day, I confirmed what I have long suspected, namely that the retro impulse is strong in me.
James Joseph Gillis Jr.
Paul Jackson is not the only amateur horticulturist growing marijuana on Martha's Vineyard. But he might be the most unusual.
The contract will pay Mr. Grande $102,667 annually. His salary would increase to $106,843, pending voter approval of a new pay scale.
Ava DuVernay, director of "Middle of Nowhere" is the first African-American woman to win the Sundance Film Festival's Best Director award.
As a teenage rocker or as a New York jingle singer, Mike Benjamin has never been too far from the Island.
Ethel Marsh of Oak Bluffs died on February 26, after a long, well-fought fight with cancer.