Monthly Archives: September 2013
Audra Parker, president and chief executive of the Alliance to Protect Nantucket Sound, said this week that a Massachusetts decision to allow state utilities to buy wind power from out of state suppliers at attractive prices means that the threat of industrialization of Horseshoe Shoal is over.
October speaker series highlights how the Island arts scene influences tourism.
Local food cooking and eating retreat encourages agro-tourism on Martha's Vineyard.
Volunteers scoured Oak Bluffs beaches for trash on Saturday, September 21.
I thoroughly enjoyed Tony Omer's article on the recent
I wonder if anyone else has noticed how the checkout people at one of our esteemed Island supermarkets now ask if you want a bag when they are finished ringing you up.
Last week we witnessed yet another senseless massacre in a series of what has become an all too familiar event.
We recently held our seventh annual Evening of Music on the Lagoon, at our house in Oak Bluffs, benefitting both Hospice of MV and the music/organ ministry of the Federated Church.
As all of us are under a hardship from a continued recession for the last five years, it is amazing to learn that there will be another price increase from the
When I think of
My neighbors and I have been trying to resolve a noise issue with a thoughtless and inconsiderate neighbor for more than a year.
I thank the Tisbury Fire Department and all the other agencies that responded last week when we had smoke in the basement of My Pet's Vet.
My husband Sol and his fishing buddy Ed are out Derby fishing.
The fall season of the Salon Series at
Adult and Continuing Education of Martha's Vineyard will hold a course fair and registration session at the Martha's Vineyard Regional High School on Tuesday, October 1, from 5 to 6:30 pm.
A new line of clothing, and a new way to support women in business on Martha's Vineyard.
Friday 7-9 pm at The Yard in Chilmark
Electric Vehicle Day at Cronig's offers information on electric cars, and the chance to test drive several models.
A collection of musicians will play a family friendly concert Saturday, September 28, at the Chappaquiddick Community Center