The Farm Neck Foundation recently announced that it is awarding a total of $44,150 in grants to 16 separate Vineyard organizations in 2010.
That Edgartown will remove itself from the Martha’s Vineyard Commission’s (MVC) embrace is unlikely.
The Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah) on November 21 returned Cheryl Andrews-Maltais of Edgartown to her job as chairman for another three-year term.
The Edgartown library design committee meets tomorrow to consider new developments that could force yet another substantial revision to library expansion plans.
The Vineyard Haven post office will offer extended hours on Saturday, December 18, with the retail counter open from 9:30 am to 3 pm, instead of 1 pm.
Two boys told Tisbury Police on Thursday, December 2, that they were responsible for damaging lighting fixtures on Owen Park dock two weeks ago.
A wrong turn into a Chilmark police officer’s driveway led to an investigation and the arrest of an Oak Bluffs man on various charges.
Margaret Marshall, chief justice of the state’s highest court, officially ended her 11-year tenure as chief justice Tuesday evening, a Supreme Judicial Court spokeswoman confirmed Wednesday morning.