Monthly Archives: April 2013
Martha's Vineyard voters went to the polls in small numbers to choose between two Democrats and three Republicans.
April 17, Frank S.
Brian "Boofa" Ferreira of Lodi, N.
YMCA of Martha's Vineyard joined Ys across the country Saturday to promote healthy habits.
Tisbury School second grade students get a lesson in gardening, healthy eating, and describing what you see.
Barbara Ann Morrison, mother, crafter, community volunteer, and a businesswoman who willingly mentored others, died suddenly at her Oak Bluffs home on Saturday, April 27.
Marjorie Elizabeth Grimmett, 92, of Fayetteville, Georgia, died on April 16, 2013.
The high school students walked down 1940s memory lane with residents of Martha's Vineyard's nursing home.
Olivia Koines of Oak Bluffs and Carl Giordano of Peabody and Oak Bluffs have announced their engagement.
Les Cutler reported he saw a hummingbird Monday evening. The sighting is a welcome sign, but not that unusual.
High Tide Washed ashore by heaving sea and high tide onto fine white sand a struggle unseen through entangling vines and green-filtered sun sounds only of crashing waves onto beach and rocks unable to...
Ambika Datta of Oak Bluffs is on the Dean's List at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey.
This heart-warming musical comedy offers a memorable story based on real Down Under events.
Selectmen and foundation members discussed promised donations, in a testy exchange at Monday's meeting.
A large corps of volunteers assist by walking the dogs, caring for the cats, and advertising the shelter's lineup of adoptable pets.
The show featuring Ms. Balter's art at the Vineyard Haven Library runs through May 3.
Dorothy Kenney Bangs died on April 25, 2013 at the age of 88.
Falmouth Police arrested a man who said it was just a joke – he claimed there was a bomb in his car, as he boarded a Steamship Authority ferry Sunday.
Everyone loves a parade, especially when it kicks off the Little League season.