Monthly Archives: August 2013
The small protest attracted considerable attention as holiday weekend travelers arrived.
Edgartown police arrested Leo Frame Jr. on two charges of assaulting a former student, for whom he had acted as a mentor.
For the third time in a month, state health officials have detected the virus in a mosquito trapped on Martha's Vineyard.
John W. Sensabaugh pleaded guilty to assault and agreed to pay restitution to the foreign students who rented rooms in his Oak Bluffs house.
The Oak Bluffs' coffee shop and folk music center debuted its three-year run 50 years ago.
The Snaps jumped out to a 7-0 lead after three innings and survived a late charge to clinch their second title in three years.
In other sailing news, the Moffett Race is September 7 and entries are coming in fast.
With their backs against the wall, the Honeys routed the Snaps 18-3 to force a decisive final game in the double elimination women's softball tourney.
The owners of the popular West Tisbury restaurant converted a basement space to a prep kitchen without permits.
Applicants in Dukes County are closer to obtaining a medical marijuana license, as part of the state's competitive two-part application process.
Scam phone solicitors are targeting Island veterans and their supporters for donations to bogus fundraising drives they say benefit local American Legion posts.
The Extraordinary Rendition Band got permission to hold a parade in downtown Oak Bluffs on September 7, from 8 pm to 9 pm.
Popular Menemsha swimming spot is now unsafe
"Bite Back for a Cure" sinks its teeth into the Vineyard to raise money and awareness for chronic Lyme disease sufferers
Experts stress deer reduction at Chilmark meeting of the Martha's Vineyard Boards of Health Tick Borne Disease Council
Honk, honk. Boom, boom. Early Canada goose hunting season starts next Tuesday.
Orientation days next week for ninth-graders and new teachers at the regional high school will give them a jump on the new school year that starts September 9.
That would have been a bargain on the Vineyard, where the price for a gallon of regular Monday was about $4.
The headline of a story published August 22, "Louise Marx wins Rod and Gun Club skeet crown," was incorrect. Ms. Marx won the trap...