Several Vineyard students were named to the spring 2015 dean's list at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.
Supporters of the Sheriff’s Meadow Foundation gathered Monday night at the Borggaard farm in West Tisbury for a gala to benefit the foundation's general fund and the organization's mission to preserve and manage natural habitats on the Island. The event raised more than $320,000.
This past weekend automobile traffic seemed to increase most everywhere and it is busy all around town. The weather was toasty warm most days. Eileen Blake’s pies are no more here as they have gone out of business on the Island. In fact, the house has been torn down!
Saturday July 18 was an exciting day at the East Chop Tennis Club. Between sets in the men’s singles finals (Mark Willis eventually defeated Zach Wooster 6-3, 6-4), Court one was dedicated to J. Bushnell Richardson Jr.
Erolle J. Haas died Saturday, July 18. He was 97 and the husband of the late Constance (Devereaux) Haas.
It’s a rare opportunity to gather in one restaurant and enjoy specialty dishes sourced from the Island by seven distinct chefs. All of which are, by the event’s design, also cookbook authors. And for these cooks, the stories are as important as the recipes.
Family, friends, and admirers of the late Norman Bridwell, who died in December, gathered at the Federated Church Monday for a memorial service honoring the longtime Edgartown resident and author and illustrator well-known for the Clifford the Big Red dog series.
Two Vineyard students graduated this spring from Roger Williams University in Bristol, R.I.
Austin Gampfer of Vineyard Haven has graduated from Rochester Institute of Technology with a bachelor of fine arts degree in industrial design from the College of Imaging Arts and Sciences.

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