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Chiropractor Kristine Kopp has joined the staff of Integrated Health Care located in Vineyard Haven in the Woodland Center, according to a press release.
I will keep this brief.
As the Director of the After School Program for the YMCA of Martha's Vineyard, I have had the opportunity to meet and integrate many talented individuals into an enriching program for our Island children.
It was indeed An American Celebration this past weekend, when the Minnesingers performed two concerts at the Martha's Vineyard Regional High School's Performing Arts Center.
Paul "Red" Yelle, age 64, died suddenly on May 5 after a brief period of failing health.
To the Editor:I can't begin to adequately thank everyone involved in the "Jimmy Buffet Fundraiser" held for me at the P.
To the Editor:Where are the outrage people?Have they passed on, or moved away — perhaps to Florida or Arizona? Don't they know the civic minded, responsible outrage person finds a replacement person before leaving?I am not an outrage person.
Greece committed to 2,587 commercial wind turbines, and ministry officials estimate that as many as 7,000 turbines could be installed by 2010 .
To the Editor:This is a note to the thieves who made off with our bird feeders.
To the Editor:With love from Nicaragua.
I have just recovered from my first and last automobile accident that was my fault, while driving at 90 and a half years old with perfect eyesight, after driving thousands of miles in four states (Florida, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey) and since 1995 full-time on Martha's Vineyard.
The Council On Aging in Oak Bluffs is fortunate to have Rose Cogliano and Susan Von Steiger on board.
To the Editor:As a member of the Library Friends of Oak Bluffs, I'd like to thank The Times and Megan Alley for posting our call for used books in recent Oak Bluffs columns.
Holly Thomas, wife of Ted Thomas, died on January 31, 2010.
After living on Martha's Vineyard for more than 20 years, I have come to believe that because we are an island, we have the unique ability and now, a window of opportunity, to become self-sustaining by creating our own electrical power.
As many as 200 people showed up Saturday at the Chilmark Community Center to enjoy a day filled with family activiities, crafts, games, food, live animals — all in support of the Chilmark Preschool.
Friends and families gathered across the Island to celebrate Mother's Day on Sunday, while some made a weekend of it.
On Sunday, the Gay Head lighthouse was open to the public for the first time this season.
Alison Smith, 29, of Boston and formerly of Edgartown died suddenly on Sunday, May 9, at Tufts Medical Center.