The following cases were heard in Edgartown district court.
Orange-crowned warblers have been plentiful on the Island this fall and early winter. I realized I know very little about this dainty warbler so decided to do some research.
Tisbury planners are heading into the holidays with a better sense of the town’s future priorities, thanks to an ongoing vision planning process that began in October.
Monday’s stormy weather was a cut above the usual rain storms that pass over the Vineyard in November. There was lightning and thunder and for a while leaves flying through the air carried by gusty winds.
The up-Island regional school committee voted Monday to remove a much-debated school resource officer position from their $10.7 million draft budget, following another lengthy discussion on the financial plan for 2016.
Carole Lee Sylva and Matthew B. Flanders were married on Saturday, Sept. 13 at Farm Neck Golf Club.
Joelma Lage and Isaias Neto of Edgartown announce the birth of a son, Emanuel Oliveira Lage, born on Nov. 17 at the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital.
The seed library, a collaboration between the West Tisbury Library, IGS and the Farm Institute, hosted a seed saving workshop on Sunday where Islanders could learn how to process the seeds of beans, lettuce and tomatoes, as well as donate seeds from their own gardens.
Christopher and Joanne Nelson-Unczur of Pittsfield announce the birth of a daughter, Hannah May, on Nov. 12 at Cooley-Dickinson Hospital.