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Due to popular demand, the Sustainable Book Club resumes meetings next month.
As a resident of this Island who enjoys eating out fairly often, I encourage others to vote yes for beer and wine in Tisbury for several reasons.
As we wind up the town meeting season and head into the ballot there is one vote that many will be coming out on Tuesday to cast.
Many dined at Mediterranean this past Sunday, April 11, to raise money for Women Empowered (WE), a non-profit organization that offers free life skills coaching programs, grants, and loans to Islanders.
Students in grades five through eight performed in the West Tisbury School's production "Once on This Island, Jr.
Choosing flowers is perhaps one of the simplest ways to make a wedding more environmentally friendly, especially with a large selection of nurseries and farmers on the Island.
It's too soon to say mission accomplished, but the decision by Tisbury voters to proceed with planning and funding the so-called connector road between State Road and the Edgartown–Vineyard Haven Road is a smart one.
Passenger, auto, and truck (freight) traffic was up significantly during the first quarter of this year, compared with the year-ago period, according to the Steamship Authority's records, released April 9.
This is a copy of a letter to the Martha's Vineyard Commission.
County of Dukes County, ss.
In the last few weeks, I watched my very healthy three-year-old cat become more and more despondent and most assuredly ill.
Eva Illione VanLeesten, 88, of Arlington, Virginia, formerly of Boston and Oak Bluffs and Batavia, Illinois, died peacefully on January 22 in Arlington.
We are fortunate to have public servants who are compassionate and vigilant, as they perform their daily duties for the community, eager to risk life and limb, reluctant to take credit, even in the case of saving a life.
Two of the qualities of life in our community in Vineyard Haven will be affirmed by voting no on Article 1, to limit the sale of alcohol in the town of Tisbury, on April 27 – our grandchildren and "getting away from it all.
If you have dined out in Vineyard Haven in the past eight years, then we have probably met.
Martha's Vineyard Community Services (MVCS) has named Angela Wheeler as its new Director of Development.
I would like to thank with all my heart the two brave men that saved my small dog from certain death last Sunday, April 11.
Spring has sprung! The pinkletinks are peeping, the crocuses are peeking through the as-yet-unraked leaves, the smell of mulch is in the air, and I can't stop sneezing.
Spring brings flowers, green grass, more visitors, and, of course, elections.