Kelly Christine Neadow and Thomas Kenneth Neadow Jr. of Edgartown announce the birth of a son, McCabe Ainslee Neadow, born on Sept. 25 at the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital.
Team orange has won the cat room competition. Nike has been adopted. Six-year-old black brothers, Bubba and Forrest, who comprised team black, are wondering when their time will come.
Caitlin Eileen Lopata and Nicholas Stephen Laga, both of Chicago, Ill., will marry on Saturday, October 3 in Edgartown.
My father took me fishing for mackerel off the Menemsha dock when I was five years old. I remember some of my friends being there fishing with their families as well.
Drenching rains and gale-force winds marked the start of the weekend, but forecasters and emergency managers breathed a little easier over the powerful hurricane churning through the southern Atlantic.
The Farm Neck Foundation has issued a call for applicants for the foundation’s 2015 grants.
Results from the MCAS test administered last spring show a steep drop in performance in science in most Vineyard elementary schools. But test scores tell only part of the story, especially as Island schools had a foot in two testing worlds last year.
As executive director of Hospice of Martha’s Vineyard for the past 10 years, Terre Young has earned spectacular praise for her stewardship of the organization. Now she is ready to retire.
At a three-hour-plus marathon meeting Tuesday, the Tisbury selectmen tentatively decided to take the Beach Road design question to a special town meeting before the end of the year. Selectmen are divided.