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Paul Langmuir, 67, died unexpectedly of a heart attack at home in Providence on April 30.
Daniel Joshua d.
I was overjoyed when I read that a market would take the risky initiative to place a fee on paper grocery bags.
The Cape and Islands chapter of the American Red Cross will hold an Adult CPR/AED and First Aid class this Saturday, May 8, at the YMCA at 57 Pequot Avenue in Oak Bluffs.
Martha's Vineyard Community Services Early Childhood Program (ECP) was selected as one of the top 10 high-performing school readiness organizations in Massachusetts by Social Impact Research (SIR).
In a chair.
The Tisbury School gym was rocking on the morning of April 16, and it wasn't just because everyone was excited about the upcoming school vacation week.
Weeks ago, several young art students were given inexpensive plastic cameras, called Holgas, and an assignment to take one roll of pictures per week.
What began as a daytime trade show evolved in to an all-night dance party with local musicians and DJ's entertaining guests at WVVY's Air Fair last Saturday, April 24.
I am a fellow lowly minion like Steve Bernier, although I'm a native Islander who doesn't own $10,320,400 In Island real estate.
In the few times I've needed to cross the new Lagoon Pond Drawbridge so far this spring, I have but one thing to say: New House, same furniture.
I thought that America was the land of democracy and that people's beliefs and opinions were protected, to be accepted and respected by everybody.
Island Alpaca's third annual Shearing Day attracted quite a crowd on Saturday.
The purpose of this letter is to show my appreciation for the protection of open spaces, the maintenance of wildlife habitats, and the beautiful setting that has been established on our small Island.
This is probably a case of too little too late, but I believe there has been an assault on democracy here in Vineyard Haven.
Jacqueline Menton of Tisbury was named to the Headmaster's List of the second trimester of the 2009-2010 academic year at Falmouth Academy.
In James Sepanara's letter of April 22 ("Church/state, no divide,") he left the impression that the town had decided to spend taxpayers' money to support the functions and missions of the First Congregational Church of West Tisbury.
April 16, Terry Ann Morse sold 43 State Rd.
If you wanted to catch Betty you had to call by 7:30 in the morning, before she was out and about with her daily schedule.