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Tisbury selectmen approve fueling regulation

At a meeting Tuesday night Tisbury selectmen wrapped up a waterways regulations hearing continued twice since March 2 and decided to allow commercial fishermen to refuel at the dock using a commercial delivery service.

Martha’s Vineyard Commission continues Tisbury Marketplace review

Martha's Vineyard Commission (MVC) members stalled on the topics of summer traffic counts and parking spaces at a continued public hearing last Thursday night to consider a proposed addition to the Tisbury Marketplace on State Road in Vineyard Haven.

Disaster-ready, spelling-challenged

The Island's Mass Casualty Unit van is parked and available when needed for an emergency response.


An event listing published on April 29, "Benefit Dance Performance," incorrectly listed the beneficiary.

Cpl Anthony Sullo, USMC, returns home

Corporal Anthony Sullo, USMC, right, received a big welcome home hug from his dad, Peter Sullo of Vineyard Haven, on his return to the Island Saturday, following his most recent tours of duty that took him to the Middle East and Haiti.


The Cape and Islands chapter of the American Red Cross will hold an Adult CPR/AED and First Aid class this Saturday, May 8, at the YMCA at 57 Pequot Avenue in Oak Bluffs.

Reel Picks

It's hard to have a romance with Stan (Alex O'Loughlin), a come-lately Mr.

Oak Bluffs wraps town meeting with CPA, zoning decisions

A smattering of Oak Bluffs town voters turned out Tuesday to put the finishing touches on the Oak Bluffs annual town meeting.

Overjoyed by paper step

I was overjoyed when I read that a market would take the risky initiative to place a fee on paper grocery bags.

Tisbury certifies FinCom write-in candidates

John Packer, Bruce Lewellyn, and Mary Anny Oggioni Deyette won seats on Tisbury's Finance and Advisory Committee (FinCom) in the April 27 election.


"Hi Ellen,Your note made my day.

Aquinnah meets for annual with $2.9 million budget in place

Aquinnah voters will be asked to do double duty Tuesday night.

New DPH beach rules cast a wide net

The Massachusetts Department of Public Health will implement state-wide rules that will impose new reporting and posting requirements for public and semi-public beaches across Martha's Vineyard, including some of the Island's most exclusive lengths of ocean sand.

Nelson Sigelman founded Boston kendo club

Martha's Vineyard Times managing editor and fishing columnist Nelson Sigelman was the guest of honor at the Boston Kyokai 30th anniversary celebration and tournament held at the Wang YMCA in Boston May 1, 2.

Derby at Duarte’s “” 38 and going strong

The mirror-like surface of Duarte's Pond off Lambert's Cove Road may have been less than ideal for fishing on Saturday morning, but otherwise the weather couldn't have been better.


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Paul Langmuir

Paul Langmuir, 67, died unexpectedly of a heart attack at home in Providence on April 30.

IFP Spring Food Show

Island Food Products, the Island's local foodservice distributor, hosted its 2010 Spring Food Show Wednesday, April 26 at Mediterranean Restaurant in Oak Bluffs.


I don't think there is an annual moment when one takes a week to make a personal assessment.