Monthly Archives: August 2013
An elementary school principal from Mattapoisett will take over as the Martha's Vineyard Public Schools assistant superintendent in late fall.
Leslie Baker wins award, Artisans celebrates Labor Day, and more
The Martha's Vineyard Museum chronicles 67 years of Island fishing madness.
Coming up this weekend is a 5K run to the new Edgartown library site, an antique car show, and a benefit shopping day.
In this comedy, a small-time pot dealer takes a fake wife, two pretend kids, and a huge, shiny RV to Mexico on Fourth of July weekend to try to score enough to pay off a big debt.
An Evening of Music on the Lagoon, singer/songwriter at Alex's Place, three events at Playhouse, and more
Martha's Vineyard Regional High School teacher publishes an intriguing history.
Although Woody Allen built his reputation on urban comedies, "Blue Jasmine" shifts mostly into tragic mode.
Few who attended a public meeting Tuesday favored changing the town's status as the Island's last remaining dry town.
The leaching system uses two vertical "wicks," which are holes two feet in diameter and about 100 feet deep, to release treated wastewater underground.
In an about face, he said he would not resign his post Thursday
A service will be held on August 31 at 6 pm at 1260 West 1150 North, Provo, UT 84604.
He was laid to rest beside his dear wife in Oak Grove Cemetery in Oak Bluffs, and a celebration of his life was observed this summer.
Phyllis Yvonne Stickney, Anaisa, Sage, Nicholas David, and Andrea & James and the Andjam Band will perform at the sixth annual Oak Bluffs festival.
Using a limited palette of muted colors, Mr. Schulman tends to paint linear figures, from people to buildings.
"A Man of His Own" is not all win-win by a long shot. It reveals the power and pain that comes from giving and receiving love.
From Hawaiian red sea salt to BBQ potato chip chocolate bars, LeRoux Gourmet is a smorgasbord of flavors.
Representatives for Stop & Shop postponed two meetings this week, while they and the MVC await results of a traffic study
Selectmen's meeting discussion covers watershed study, and why couldn't pond dredging occur before the study is complete.
A Revere man traveling to Martha's Vineyard, an Oak Bluffs man, and a Philadelphia woman all face drug charges.