Yearly Archives: 2010


A story published Oct.

Edgartown considers sites for solar panels

Edgartown selectmen, meeting with the town's water commissioners Tuesday, considered possibly installing solar photovoltaic panels on water department land.

State officials to discuss Mass-RI wind energy plan

Discussion that began at a public hearing last month about Rhode Island's Ocean Special Management Plan (RIO-SAMP) resumes at a meeting on October 21 hosted by the Massachusetts Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs (EEA).

Selectman, teacher Greg Coogan hurt in fall

Oak Bluffs selectman Greg Coogan was injured Monday when he fell from a roof while doing work on his home.


"He says, 'You're talking about saving money here for a rainy day, and how old are you? It's raining.

Normand M. Ponte

Normand Machado Ponte of Oak Bluffs died October 6, at the Martha's Vineyard Hospital after a brief illness.


Robert "Bob" Darlington died on Monday, October 11, at home in Oak Bluffs.

Meredith J. Aldrich

Life-long educator Meredith Jane Aldrich, founder of Children's Hours School in Geneva, N.

Duncan Kreamer

Duncan Kreamer, 92, died in Phoenix, Maryland, on October 8.


In the story "Fending for ourselves" about the Living Local Harvest Festival in the October 7 Times, it was incorrectly reported that the equipment for butchering chickens was for sale.