The YMCA of Martha’s Vineyard becomes the place to be for the younger set this winter when its combines forces with the Yard for a dance program and then hosts a monthly gathering for teen girls.
The Permanent Endowment Fund for Martha’s Vineyard is accepting applications for its spring grant cycle. The fund welcomes applications from Island nonprofit organizations with 501c3 status.
A place for everything and everything in its place may be the perfect saying for January as Kim D’Arcy and Organize MV hosts a workshop entitled Paper Spaces and Places.
A week after police Chief Antone Bettencourt announced his retirement, the Edgartown selectmen have approved a plan to replace him. Labor attorney John M. (Jack) Collins will serve as interim chief while he helps the town identify a successor.
Morgan Alwardt and Joshua Alwardt of Oak Bluffs announce the birth of a daughter, Carly Theresa Alwardt, born on Jan. 20 at the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lincoln Shugrue of Katama are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Hillary Greene Shugrue, to Daniel Paquette.
Sunday, Jan. 25, marks the 108th anniversary of changing the town’s name from Cottage City to Oak Bluffs. Our population of 672 persons in 1880 grew to 1,245 by 1915.
What can one say about this crazy weather? One day you are unfreezing your car and the next day you are opening the windows because it is so warm.
It has been cold and miserable enough to close the Dumptique until March. The focus of the day other than the usual dump run was the Patriots football game to most everyone.

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