Yearly Archives: 2010
Spurred by neighbors' concerns, Chilmark selectmen Tuesday agreed to hire a consultant to examine if two farms located off South Road that received permits for large-scale wind turbines qualify under a state exemption from local review.
The Martha's Vineyard Film Festival, founded by Thomas Bena, is wrapping up its most successful year since its inception in 2001.
Edgartown officials Tuesday took a giant step toward razing the old Edgartown School and building a new library in its place.
Timothy Bettencourt, Edgartown; DOB 8/13/84, unlicensed operation of motor vehicle, failure to stop/yield, marked lanes violation, OUI-liquor or .
A proposed public fishing pier to be built with state funds in Oak Bluffs reeled in the last local permit from the Oak Bluffs Conservation Commission (ConCom).
Two pilot programs in the works will tap Island residents who have excelled in a personal and/or professional way to be volunteer speakers and mentors for the Martha's Vineyard Public Schools (MVPS).
A disappointing third in the C.
To help perform a Herculean task,he wears a helmet and protective mask.
Dorothy Barker, a long-time resident of Chilmark and Aquinnah who now lives at Windemere, turned 100 on December 15, 2010.
The Island Food Pantry recently received a generous donation of nourishing food from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Mormon).
West Basin in Aquinnah is abuzz at 6:30 am, Monday through Friday, a sea of orange and yellow foul-weather gear.
The roaring fire that consumed the U.
Sunday was a day for seasonal concerts and pageants around the Island.
Tom Bennett of M.V. Community Services has been supporting Islanders for 40 years "” at Project, Daybreak, the Youth Center and the Island Counseling Center.
Kenny Ponte has lived with diabetes since he was two. Now, facing renal failure, he needs a new kidney.
Joel and Nancy Aronie made 350,000 of these goofy, playful tissue holders 25 years ago. Now they're back.
Warren Adams wants to do for conservation what he did for social networking when he started an Internet company he later sold to Amazon.
Got problems? Get a little perspective on 'em with the help of Shakespeare's most famous "problem play," "Measure for Measure" Dec. 28 and 29.
Tuesdays lunar eclipse prefaced the solstice "” two powerful reminders that the earth keeps spinning in wonderful, mysterious ways.
The abundance and breadth of the Island's musical talent was clearly in evidence last Thursday as an audience that completely filled the pews of Our Lady Star of the Sea Church thrilled to the annual, aptly named Reflections of Peace concert.