Monthly Archives: April 2013
Constance "Connie" H.
Yvonne "Pebbles" Ponte of Vineyard Haven died at Martha's Vineyard Hospital on Thursday, April 25.
A collaboration by Hayao Miyazaki, considered one of Japan's greatest animators, who co-wrote the script with Keiko Niwa, and his son, Garo Miyazak.
Taste wines from all over the world, paired with local food, at the Martha's Vineyard Wine Festival May 9-12.
Juilliard is the latest stop for the talented 20-year-old dancer from Oak Bluffs.
Brush up on your beer history with pints from the past, today at 1 pm.
Non-bank transfer businesses here are ordered by state to cease operations – some exported cash never got to recipients, mostly in Brazil.
Voters will choose between three Republicans and two Democrats to set the stage for the battle to fill the seat left vacant by the resignation of John Kerry.
Chilmark voters go to the polls Tuesday to elect town officers and decide three proposition 2.
Town, county, and state public service employees organize in opposition of to proposed legislation that would reduce benefits for some.
Voters in three Island towns got started with the process of regulating medical marijuana, but some are puzzled by the votes.
Boston incident commanders deployed the Martha's Vineyard Tactical Response team directly to the tense search for the terrorist.
Tisbury town officials got the scoop this week on "The Vineyard," a television reality show that starts filming on May 9 at the Steamship Authority.
Town meeting voters rejected funding for the county program, but will get a chance to reconsider at a special town meeting next month.
Tisbury recently added a new feature to the town website, inviting members of the public to subscribe to an email news and information distribution list.
The logo features eight semi-abstract people positioned over the name and acronym of the Island's multi-service agency.
The Steamship Authority said repairs to the Oak Bluffs terminal pier are on schedule for its Memorial Day weekend opening.
A 16-member committee from the Commission on Public Secondary Schools (CPSS) will conduct an on-site evaluation visit at Martha's Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) from April 28 through May 1.
The owner of Town Provisions expects to move from cramped quarters in downtown Edgartown to a new, larger store off Airport Road by September.