Monday, May 16, 2022
Home 2019 December

Monthly Archives: December 2019

An American musical journey

0
One thing you can say about American popular music: it’s a complex issue. Jon Waterman’s engrossing singing and guitar playing about its roots was...

Tisbury Historic Commission urges selectmen to reconsider bandstand decision

12
In a letter sent to Tisbury selectmen on Dec. 11, Harold Chapdelaine, chairman of the town’s historic commission, detailed the commission’s opposition to the...

Happy Kwanzaa

0
Islanders young and old gathered around the kinara at the First Baptist Church to celebrate Kwanzaa Saturday night. It was a night to acknowledge the...

The multitalented Judy Kranz

0
Wednesday is Judy Kranz day at the YMCA — a day when the professional dancer turned Pilates guru closes her Oak Bluffs Pilates studio...

The reality of Windemere

To the Editor: The following statement appeared in the Dec. 12 edition of the paper in an article about the M.V. Hospital possibly purchasing some...

The future is now

0
The room is flooded with sunlight. There are 16 people sitting in groups of four in the Martha’s Vineyard Museum meeting room. There are...

Bridge Results

0
At the Dec. 19, 2 pm game of the Island Bridge Club in Oak Bluffs, six pairs competed. First place went to Caroline Baum...

Silas Ray Hammond

0
Bethany Hammond and Stephen Hammond of West Tisbury announce the birth of a son, Silas Ray Hammond, on Dec. 18, 2019, at Massachusetts General...

Xander Chase Singh

0
Kimone Ragbar and Nicholas Singh of Vineyard Haven announce the birth of a son, Xander Chase Singh, on Dec. 18, 2019, at Martha’s Vineyard...

Julia Diniz Oliveira

0
Natalia Oliveira and Joao Paulo Oliveira of Vineyard Haven announce the birth of a daughter, Julia Diniz Oliveira, on Dec. 21, 2019, at Martha’s...

Aquinnah: Happy ‘Done with the Holidays Day’

0
Happy New Year one and all and happy “Done with the Holidays Day” for all who celebrate it. Are you not familiar with this...

Chilmark: Drop goodies at Coast Guard Menemsha

0
Happy New Year! I hope everyone has been enjoying the holidays however you celebrate. A friend wrote down one good thing that happened each...

The lives they led, part two

0
We’ve decided to make “The lives they led” an annual celebration of the lives of Islanders who died during the year. We have included...

Edgartown selectmen vote to curtail pool bar operating hours

1
Edgartown selectmen voted unanimously Monday afternoon to approve an alteration of premises application made by the Harbor View Hotel pursuant to its pool bar...

Boys hoopsters bounce Old Rochester for first win

0
The Vineyarder varsity boys put it all together on the home court at the Sancy Pachico Memorial Gym Friday night, capping off a girls/boys,...

Girls hockey ties Barnstable, 2-2

0
The Martha's Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) girls hockey team earned its first point of the season in a big way by skating to...

Land Bank buys Ice Pond Lane property

0
The Martha’s Vineyard Land Bank purchased 46 Ice Pond Ln. in Oak Bluffs for $890,000. Carol Kenney sold the 4.5 acres to the Land Bank....

Demolition proposed for Red Cat building

1
The new owners of the historic Kennebec Avenue building that houses the Red Cat Kitchen are proposing to demolish the existing building and replace...

Edgartown drill brings police and fire departments together

0
A comprehensive emergency response drill at the Edgartown School Saturday included members of the Edgartown police and fire departments. The drill is the culmination of...

Thank you

To the Editor: Thank you to the VNA and to Hospice for being there for my husband Jamie's mom, who had reached 100 years and...