Chilmark will miss Chet Wisneiewski who died in early February. He had lived on Flanders Lane for many years and was known to many. Chet was a successful architect and had worked in New York city.
The regional high school library is on track to move into the 21st century after the high school committee approved $18,500 for a new library design plan during their meeting Monday evening, the first step towards overhauling the library.
It has become increasingly difficult to write about gardening. For starters, I cannot find mine. Bear with me as I’m grasping!
Black hole science might really just be a shot in the dark. Scientists agree that black holes are a bit of a mystery. While I am not afraid of the dark, I am a bit confused and intrigued by those black holes that are found out in the galaxies.
A standout season for the varsity girls’ basketball team came to a tough ending Tuesday as they fell to Abington in the section semifinals. Despite an early lead and stellar defense, the Vineyard lost 37-30 to the number one seed in the bracket.
Last Wednesday night, when the temperature dropped to 22 degrees on Martha’s Vineyard, more than a dozen people were homeless. A team of volunteers canvassed the Island as part of the annual point-in-time homeless count.
Well, the month of March came in like a lion, no doubt about it, with a mini snowstorm. The old saying is that March will leave like a lamb, we certainly hope so.
Eva Balboni of Edgartown was named to the fall 2014 semester dean’s list at MCPHS University.
The high school committee has approved a plan for a new $3.9 million schools administration building, which will be up for town meeting approval this spring.