Monthly Archives: March 2013
A funny film about a credit-card scammer and a straight-laced executive who becomes a victim of her fraud.
See the show during two performances on Friday and Saturday evenings at the Harbor View Hotel.
ACE MV students, under the tutelage of Nancy Aronie and Cynthia Riggs, will read their work this Saturday.
From a breakfast social to new art at the WorkOut and Tennis Center.
Weekend happenings include a satirical comedy show, an all-ages dance party, and an apple history talk at Polly Hill Arboretum.
The Vineyarders reached a second consecutive South sectional final by surviving a fourth quarter rally to beat Medway, 70-60, at Taunton High School.
The girls lost 49-35 at home to Norwell, while the boys skated to a 3-0 lead, only to see the Franklin roar back with four unanswered goals.
The RCBL will have a new king this season as the two time defending champion Heat fell to the Lakers, 104-100, in game three of the semifinals.
Two members of the boys MVRHS state championship team will play a tennis exhibition at Vineyard Youth Tennis on Friday evening, March 8, at 5:30 pm.
Jeffrey Alan Lunn, 60, of Falmouth, formerly of Oak Bluffs, died on February 2, at Good Samaritan Medical Center in Brockton after a long illness.
A new educator evaluation system mandated by the state seems likely to provoke some concern by teachers, superintendent says.
In regards to the February 27 article [Draft immunization policy puts Island school nurses on same page], there are many thoughtful, intelligent parents on this Island and elsewhere who regard the question of immunization seriously and seek to inform themselves on the subject.
Hauling supplies to British forces at Boston, Captain Orrok grounded on Nantucket Shoals. His Vineyard rescuers/captors didn't show him a good time.
New FEMA maps will redefine flood zones using the latest high-tech methods.
Nine years, 1,000 customers, 100 regular members later, Bethany Seidman ends her run.
Youth Services chief Dolan says he wants "the right youths in the right place for the right reasons."
Paid for by the Massachusetts Teachers Association, the calls are an effort to enlist teachers in the gov's push for tax increases.
Looking for support from legislators, the governor wants an income tax increase of one percent, to 6.25 percent.
The governor proposes to consolidate local housing authorities, but the General Court has other ideas.