Monthly Archives: April 2013
Island Gymnastics Training School, on State Road in West Tisbury, will host the 20th annual Sandcastle meet on Sunday, April 7.
The host Red Raiders, the only team to beat the Vineyard girls in the regular season last year, pulled out a close win Tuesday after losing the first two singles matches.
The defending Division 3 state champs won their 24th consecutive match by powering past a young, talented team from Barnstable in the home opener.
This week the spotlight falls on the softball, baseball, and sailing teams, all of whom enjoyed a successful 2012.
March 18, Waterfall Victoria Mortgage Trust 2011-1 REO LLC sold 4 Penny Lane to Gregory A.
There was a lovely old house at the end of my street.
Oak Bluffs reference librarian Miki Wolfe will describe what steps people can take to protect information on the Internet.
Old line, nets and pots may be disposed of at no cost.
It is past time to get busy outside, despite whatever weather April has in store for Island gardeners.
"Benediction" by Kent Haruf – Haruf returns to his setting of "Plainsong" and "Eventide" in Colorado with a new cast of characters.
The Martha's Vineyard restaurant scene is livening up with many seasonal restaurants beginning to open this week.
The Charter School Players present.
The Martha's Vineyard Figure Skating Club (MVFSC) is putting on its 25th Anniversary Ice Show this Saturday at 6 pm and Sunday at 1 pm, at the M.
Trying hard to be another "Hangover," this film is unabashedly profane.
March 13, 2013Jerome C. Williams, 3rd, Homewood, IL; DOB 12/30/87, assault and battery: guilty, 18 months probation, must pay $500 restitution, $50 VW and...
Vineyard House voted its slate of officers at the organization's annual meeting held February 18.
After eight years at Thimble Farm, Andrew Woodruff will return to his farm on Old County Road in West Tisbury and increase the variety of offerings.
Born into a dirt farming family, Keith Wilda's extensive hydroponic farming experience will be tapped at Thimble Farm.