Yearly Archives: 2010
Edgartown firefighters responded to a report of a house fully engulfed in flames late Wednesday afternoon in the Morgan Woods housing development off Edgartown-Vineyard Haven Road.
Articles in The Times about a wild turkey running around Vineyard Haven with an arrow through its back caught the attention of The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) and the Humane Wildlife Society Wildlife (HWSW).
Gretta Gonzalez and Mario Arellano of Edgartown announce the birth of their son, Charlie Arellano, on June 23 at Martha's Vineyard Hospital.
On Sunday, Oak Bluffs School principal Laury Binney caught superintendent of schools James Weiss and school committee members off-guard with a June 26 email announcing his resignation.
A Dukes County grand jury returned indictments against three Island men on June 22.
Oak Bluffs faces legal fees that could reach $50,000 or more, in connection with a judgment in a
In celebration of Tisbury's birthday, the town's annual Street Fair kicks off at 6:30 pm on July 8.
Saturday afternoon at 2:30 was holy hour for soccer nuts around the Island, and around the nation, as the U.
With brows dripping and fans whirring on a hot, sticky summer night, Tisbury voters quickly approved two spending articles, each unanimously, totaling $225,000, to fund the police department union's contract settlement.
James Metellus, 20, a prisoner from off-Island with a lengthy and violent criminal record and currently serving a sentence in the Dukes County House of Correction for a vicious attack on another inmate last August, returned to court Monday to face charges for another assault, this time on a prisoner twice his age.
For a new hospital that looks pretty rich, the profit at the end of the fiscal year on March 31 was pretty thin.
The Vineyard's Fourth of July weekend festivities include the Edgartown parade and fireworks.
MVTV, the Island's public access cable television station, announced that Julienne Turner is the nonprofit's new station manager and executive director.
"Freedom, this is a dreamland, because this is a country of the people, not of the government.
The Oak Bluffs water district reminds residents in published ads that a mandatory water ban remains in effect this summer.
Tisbury Police arrested Eliot Blume-Pickle, 18, of Cambridge Tuesday morning on a charge that he raped a 17-year-old girl at a party last week.
While Memorial Day weekend is the nominal start of our summer season, the Fourth of July weekend is when the season really explodes.
Matthew Gerard Duggan, Falmouth; DOB 6/8/71, use of motor vehicle without authority, OUI-liquor or .