The following cases were heard in Edgartown district court.
On Sunday, August 23, the First Congregational Church of West Tisbury held a gathering to celebrate the successful completion of its 2011-2014 capital campaign to restore and renovate the historic church.
Connect to End Violence, which provides domestic violence, rape crisis and supervised visitation services on the Vineyard, has opened for business at a new location in Edgartown.
Eleven marksmen competed in the Martha’s Vineyard Rod and Gun Club’s second annual Rim Fire Rifle Championship Competition last weekend. Using .22 caliber rifles, competitiors fired at targets from the 65-yard marker, taking five shots from a free-standing position and five shots from a controlled bench rest position.
Island Grown Initiative is inviting the public to come get a look at the food-related work going on at their Thimble Farm property on Monday, August 31 from 4 to 6 p.m.
Jen Dunham just sent me a beautiful picture of their family dog, Gracie. Jen said that Aug. 26 was National Dog Day. Having taken care of many of these critters for years, I thought every day was national dog day! Well if Moms and Dads and administrative assistants and grandparents get a day, certainly a dog must have his day, too.
Nothing is worse than the marine head. Although the bathroom or toilet enclosure is called the head, I am referring to the device with the seat termed the toilet, the john, or in Australia the dunny.
The precautionary closure by the state of twelve oyster farms in Katama Bay this week is less cause for alarm and more continuing education in the relatively nascent world of aquaculture on the Vineyard. >
When I look up at the moon I see the past, in particular 46 years ago and a New York Times headline that read Men Walk On Moon. No exclamation point, just a fact of life from Earth.