Monthly Archives: April 2013
The high school has been dealing with increasing and worsening roof leaks throughout the building for the past several years.
The chorus performs twice this weekend, on Saturday and Sunday, at the M.V. Regional High School Performing Arts Center.
The Vineyard shocked the previously unbeaten Nor'easters and skated away with the league championship.
Jane Searle died Saturday night, just before Easter, of an unexpected heart attack.
Marion Allanbrook, 63, formerly of Martha's Vineyard, died peacefully at her Falmouth home on March 30, 2013.
The agricultural preservation restriction will maintain 4.5 acres of the farm for agriculture use and open the roadside view to Old Holmes Hole Road.
From Edgartown to Kyoto via the Air Force Academy, Tony Gramkowski Sensaki, class of 2001, has found a new home.
Poison by ingestion is the most common scenario, but exposure to harmful substances can also occur via skin, eyes, even lungs.
After warnings and violations, two local scallopers must pay their fines right away, or face license suspensions.
Hailing from all over the world, writers begin residency on Martha's Vineyard this week.
The Nature Conservancy and the Vineyard Conservation Society team up to protect the Frances Newhall Woods Nature and Wildlife Preserve in West Tisbury.
Regional high school students Ben Davey and Mya Houston captured first place by building a bridge that held 990 pounds.
On January 16, 2013, beloved husband, father, and grandfather Denis Membreno died peacefully after a short illness at Martha's Vineyard Hospital, surrounded by his wife and children.
A Celebration of Life for Todd J.
Easter egg hunts at The Harbor View Hotel, the Portuguese American Club, and Vineyard Gardens attracted delighted children on Easter morning.
The Flying Horses Carousel in Oak Bluffs, the nation's oldest platform carousel, opened for the season on Saturday.