Monthly Archives: December 2013
Martha's Vineyard Youth Leadership Initiative kicked off an essay contest last month that asks Island students to explain why diversity is important to them.
The Vineyard Transit Authority will discuss a multi-year fare increase today that would hike annual bus passes $10, starting January 1.
Martha's Vineyard scientist does pioneering work to preserve the Island's least known commercial fishery.
An intensive search by land and air ends when an Oak Bluffs man turned himself in to police.
MVRHS graduate Emily Rae Carter has applied for an adventurous three-day dog sledding trek across the Arctic tundra. She needs your votes.
The Island Community Chorus performs at the Old Whaling Church Dec. 7 and 8.
Paul Leo Conroy of Edgartown died peacefully at home on Monday, December 2, surrounded by his family. He was 75.Service plans and a full...
The Resource Inc. makes major home repairs possible for cash strapped Vineyard residents.
Birthday wishes go out this week to Joel DeRoche on December 7, to Glenda Gotcsik on December 8, and to Galen Brew, December 10.
The first place team included Toron Deluz, Patrick McCarthy, and Mark Turner; the second place team, Zachary Bresnick, Connor Downing, and Jack Reagan; and third place team, Chris Aring, Jared Livingston, and Anders Nelson.
Eighth-graders Kayla Oliver and Amanda Pachico launched an eye-catching campaign last week to promote a positive school culture.
This week, the dogfather takes on a fidgety Chihuahua and a friendless Husky.
Honor RollTisbury School, 1st Quarter8th GradeHigh Honors Margarett Burke, Evelyn Medeiros, Lily Pigott, Benjamin Tillman, Elizabeth Williamson, Salyn YanceyHonors Susanna Becchio, Carolyn Duarte, Jacqueline...
Condolences may be left on the Chapman, Cole and Gleason Funeral Home online guest book at:
The Aquinnah Christmas party will be Monday December 23, at 5 pm at the Old Town Hall.
A celebration of his life will be Saturday, Dec.
Mike truly will be missed.
At issue is whether federal Indian gaming regulations trump a 1987 agreement to follow state and local laws.
One more reminder, the Chilmark Volunteer Firefighter's Association will host its annual town children's Christmas party on December 18.