A major project to dredge Menemsha channel has hit a snag, missing a Jan. 31 deadline for completion and raising ire among Aquinnah officials over damage at the West Basin. Work cannot begin again until fall.
Looking back, the Army Corps of Engineers project to dredge the Menemsha channel was troubled from the start.
On Wednesday afternoon Miss Lani sat on the floor with a group of young children at the children’s art studio.
Looking back, I was too young to be a professor and the man enrolled in my child psychology course was too young to be at war.
Every morning, members of Coast Guard Station Menemsha head down to the West Dock, past the old fishing shacks on Basin Road, to begin their day’s work. The station’s 23 members hail from all over the country.
Apex Entertainment is casting actors for a film that will chronicle the story of Sen. Edward (Ted) Kennedy and the accident on Chappaquiddick.
To a modern sailor’s eye, she appears strange. Her twin hulls are joined by laminated wooden crossbeams.
Phone booth, bookworm, crowbait, goose as a verb, horse-trading, horse-faced, cowpies or emotionally cowed, and other farm-based figures of speech like kicking the bucket are disappearing.