Monthly Archives: June 2013
Terrified tenants told police landlord John W. Sensabaugh entered the house early in the morning with a running chainsaw.
Selectmen expressed their displeasure with the new poles, but NSTAR says they are necessary.
In the annual, amicable battle with their Nantucket counterparts, Martha's Vineyard finished first with a 2.25 pound lead.
After several disruptions of leadership at the school, Ms. Lowell-Bettencourt will be a permanent replacement for Michael Halt, who is leaving.
Odyssey TriSport will host a Vineyard Warrior Triathlon information session at 9 am on Sunday, June 30, at Waban Park in Oak Bluffs.
Floral arrangements complement the works of Vineyard artists at this weekend's exhibit
DEP lifted a boil water order Wednesday morning, after state officials determined bacterial contamination was limited to one well now off line.
Bar seating often offers a more casual atmosphere at fine dining establishments. Here is a selection of restaurant bars on the Vineyard.
The M.V. Film Festival begins its summer season with "Dirty Wars" and the M.V. Film Society screens "Stories We Tell."
League veterans Coop de Ville laced up the boots with newbies Island Star in a contentious season opener at Veterans Park.
Three set finals abounded in an exciting weekend of tennis at Farm Neck, benefiting the Fish Farm for Haiti project.
The nation's premier banjo publication is produced on Martha's Vineyard.
A group of riders and their banana-shaped three wheeled velomobiles are certain to attract attention while touring Martha's Vineyard.
There is a sudden lack of things yellow and black this week, as the school buses are off the road, resting up for next year, and so are our beloved Bruins.
I was outside last night walking in from the studio when I saw my first firefly of this summer.
I have a massive case of summer vacation envy.
All I really need to know I learned in kindergarten.
Those local businesses in our town that have been voted the Best of the Vineyard were just announced this week.
It certainly was a busy weekend in Oak Bluffs.
Young Vineyard players Justice Yennie, Victoria Scott, Kiric Hallahan, and Kelly Klaren came up aces in weekend tournaments.