• An octopus on the beach.
    Ray Ewing
  • Shovels are the tool of choice at sand sculpture contest.
    Ray Ewing
  • Annual contest is sponsored by Edgartown Board of Trade.
    Ray Ewing
  • Peter del Vecchio, back, with Manon, Athene and Dante del Vecchio, worked on an Egyptian theme entr.
    Ray Ewing
  • Great Sand Shark.
    Ray Ewing
  • Megan Byrne, Coleen Byrne and Ryan Wener with their Jaws-themed sculpture.
    Ray Ewing
  • Ribbons waiting to be awarded.
    Ray Ewing
  • A day at the beach leads to works of art.
    Ray Ewing

News

The last weigh-in Saturday night saw Helena Kirschenbaum win the grand slam with her striped bass while Seb Keefe brought in a shore bonito to take over top spot on the leader board. And then it was...
The sound of bagpipes greeted guests as they arrived at the Grange Hall Thursday evening for the presentation of the 32nd Creative Living Award. Only the strains of Scotland the Brave, as played by...
The great pumpkin has arrived, or is about to. The annual Pumpkin Festival at Morning Glory Farm is on Saturday, Oct. 18, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Celebrations

Jeff LaMarche and Becca Hamilton, both captains on the Chappaquiddick ferry, were married on the deck of the On Time II under a sky of pale blue at 1400 hours on Saturday afternoon. The ferry was...
Nancy and Geoffrey Caraboolad of Edgartown joyfully announce the upcoming marriage of their daughter Elizabeth Avery Caraboolad to James Joseph Trahon, son of James and Doreen Trahon of Cohasset.
Kate Harris and Matthew Harris of Edgartown announce the birth of a daughter, Taylor, born on Oct. 9 at the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital.

Obituaries

Marvin Mayhew Burnham of Wilton, Me., died on Friday, Oct. 10, in his home. He was 79.
Eleanore Benedict Hoar died peacefully with her pearls on, a lady to the end, on Sept. 27.