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In the kickoff to Sheriff’s Meadow’s lecture series, the acclaimed researcher will describe how eating and food-buying habits affect the landscape.
If she won again she would do things differently. 'I would go on a big spending spree,' she said. For now, she plans to keep gardening, riding her bike because she hates traffic, and caring for her miniature horses.
The revised plan includes a new building, three ferry slips and reconfigured parking lots. Final design and permitting will begin once a feasibility study is completed next month.
Hi Mum! Classmates, congratulations. Friends and family, thank you for coming. Guidance, thanks for your guidance. And teachers, thanks for educating us real good. And you, yeah you, the...
I got called by our commissioner Chris Hall, and I look across the field and I see Tad in total disbelief. We were already about to recognize him and everything. It was a special moment. Hollywood couldn’t have done it better.
Mass General Hospital has named the Chilmark resident and longtime Martha’s Vineyard Hospital cardiologist to the Paul Dudley White Distinguished Chair in Cardiology.
Updated 12:05 pm, Tuesday, June 3. A perfect day and a crowd of friends, family and faculty greeted the five graduates of the Martha’s...
Surgeons do it, pilots do it, why don’t homeowners do it? Even if you’re an expert, you need a checklist, because you can forget and make mistakes.
Local food retreat will encourage agro-tourism and education on Martha’s Vineyard for second year.
Ski instructor and former racer Dave Laikin has found an interesting way to recycle old skis.
Felix Neck seeks volunteers for statewide effort to measure vitality of horseshoe crab fishery.
A black granite bench that bears the inscription, “In loving memory of David D. Furino & Kevin H. Johnson II, Class of 2005,” now...
Ten years after a tragic car accident claimed the lives of her classmates, Megan Leland will donate a bench in their memory on the high school campus.
Voters gather Monday to discuss a 6.6 percent budget increase, and a major beach parking lot project.
We eliminate diseases by vaccinating. No one has to get the smallpox vaccine anymore because we got rid of that disease. Vaccines did that.
A major factor was cooperation between different departments and different plans. “Island-wide cooperation is what it’s all about,” said school superintendent Jim Weiss.
Every year I call in an hour after him, or 15 minutes. We’ve been hearing them since my husband and I built our house here in the 80s, but after the papers started publishing the pinkletinks I started seeing Alex’s name in the papers and I thought, I want to beat Alex.
Response teams will not know what to expect, a strategy that the departments have used in the past to create realistic situations. “The whole scenario is like a movie, we’ve scripted it,” he said.
Opportunities for all ages at the Alexandra Gagnon Teen Center.
The battle to keep flying debris and litter in check along Edgartown-West Tisbury road continues.