Monthly Archives: April 2013
Tisbury voting will take place at the new emergency services facility at 215 Spring Street on Tuesday, for the first time.
Tisbury selectmen made it official Tuesday night and removed the word acting from his designation as police sergeant.
Members of the Tactical Response Team earned high praise for their role in the dramatic search for the Boston Marathon bombing suspect.
The Island's Tactical Response Team thought they might play a back up role, but instead were assigned to the intensive search for a suspect.
A man participating in the annual Earth Day beach cleanup found an Air Force practice bomb.
Slow Food Martha's Vineyard screens a film about the possible hazards of genetically modified food on Sunday, April 28.
Michelle Rae Davis, the daughter of T.
What a hard, violent winter this has been, bookended by two acts of human violence, the shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary and the bombings at the Boston Marathon and then filled with plenty of natural violence in the form of blizzards, high winds and sickness.
At the time of my writing, Monday's Town Meeting had yet to happen.
Guess who has arrived! Elliot Murphy Klein was born April 7 at 10:52 pm to Jennifer and Tim Klein.
Early every morning when I open the front door, one of the first things that greets me is the Boston Globe.
I had planned to open this column with a comment about the warming earth making a ground fog, mysterious and obscuring our woods in the early morning, then go on about the skies gradually turning sunny.
April 8, Richard S.
Marlan Breana Sigelman of Vineyard Haven received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in creative writing from Goddard College in Vermont.
April 12, 2013Baltessazar D. Almeida, Vineyard Haven; DOB 3/3/83, failure to stop/yield: not responsible; unlicensed operation of motor vehicle: to be dismissed upon payment...
Chilmark School Art ExhibitLuminous birds, lion-hearted lighthousesand open-faced portraits, the one I keptcoming back to looked like an otter.My friend said "seal"...
18 Martha's Vineyard students spent school vacation week in Rome, Florence, and the Tuscan countryside.