Chappaquiddick island is still firmly attached to Martha’s Vineyard. The Trustees Of Reservations staff has determined that Norton Point is sufficiently stable to accommodate vehicle traffic. I have spoken to a few folks who “went by the beach.”
Friday is the traditional start of the Christmas season and considered by retail merchants the busiest shopping day of the year, however Internet shopping with Black Friday deals began a week earlier. Did you know that there are just 32 shopping days remaining before Christmas?
The Tisbury School has announced its honor roll for the first quarter of the 2015–2016 school year.
Aquinnah is not the place to go looking for interesting houses without trespassing. Interesting stories, yes, but the houses visible from the road are few and far between. The exception of course is the Vanderhoop homestead.
The Edgartown conservation commission recently prevailed in a long-running legal dispute with a Chappaquiddick property owner over whether he could build a boardwalk over a salt marsh.
The moon appears Friday night in the gibbous phase but ends the coming week as a crescent, among the planets. The moon’s appearance is a late night spectacle.
Marion Kramer Finbury died in her sleep after a brief illness on Saturday morning, Nov. 21, at her home in North Andover. She was 88.
Salted lamb, Hanukkah prayers, scary jello rings — many holiday traditions are handed down through generations but for some young Island families, new ones take their place.
The Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah) will appeal a judge’s ruling denying it the right to operate a gambling hall in Aquinnah.