Some say it is over, others say we have to wait until the middle of September, but the Grand Illumination was last week as was the fair and the fireworks. Those events signal the end of summer.
Well, we had many activities to keep us busy and the usual annual all-Island events of August, Illumination Night, the fireworks and the Agricultural Fair. There is a special feeling to winning a ribbon at the fair.
Catherine Walthers digs deep into the richness that is kale in her new cookbook Kale, Glorious Kale.
A sergeant with the Oak Bluffs police department will take on a new role this year as the school resource officer at Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School.
Earlier this summer, Holly Lawyer put a roof over her art and a number of others’ when she opened up a shop at 55 Circuit avenue.
Labor Day is on Monday and marks the end of the high summer season. All municipal buildings and the post offices will be closed. The VTA buses begin their fall schedule on Tuesday and the SSA schedule changes on Friday.
The Permanent Endowment for Martha’s Vineyard is accepting applications for its fall grant cycle.
Harbor View Hotel has named Andrew Bartlett as its new general manager. He will oversee all operations of the 124-year-old hotel.
Alicia L. Oliveira, an Army Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) cadet at Providence College, has graduated from the leader development and assessment course at Fort Knox, Ky.

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