Yearly Archives: 2010
Of the many important reasons to vote yes for beer and wine in Tisbury, I want to emphasize that the health of our business community is critical to the health of our entire town.
The decision of the town of West Tisbury at the annual town meeting to spend $150,000 on the Congregational Church, in addition to the $30,000 it has already spent, is totally unacceptable.
Vote yes for beer and wine in Tisbury.
To the Editor: I am a resident of Vineyard Haven and I am writing in support of the upcoming beer and wine resolution.
I do not have a green lawn of the type that would make a suburban homeowner proud.
Federal authorities charged Armine E.
It took the West Tisbury selectmen just 15 minutes to digest some very good financial news, approve two permit requests and adjourn, in what for some on hand last week was record time.
Francesca Mancinone of Edgartown, at Bridgewater State College.
On Wednesday evening, April 14, Blue Canoe celebrated the start of the season with an opening party for friends and regulars.
BravEncore, a non-profit fundraising organization that supports high school performing arts, hosts a fundraiser Thursday, April 29, at the Harbor View Hotel in Edgartown to support the Martha's Vineyard Regional High School's theatre troupe's trip to Festival Fringe in Edinburgh, Scotland, this August.
Plenty of us would like to reduce our carbon footprint as close to zero as possible.
It may still be spring, but some are already planning for a great summer.
Two Boston-area institutions will benefit from the creative talents of Islanders in the coming weeks.
Community radio has survived on the Island and now it's poised to thrive.
At Work is an occasional column about neighbors and what they do to earn their livings.
The Minnesingers concert tour to Prague in the Czech Republic started on a low note last Thursday when the Martha's Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) choral group's Air France flight from Logan Airport was canceled because of a volcanic eruption in Iceland that spread a deadly plume of gas and damaging ash across Europe.
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A total of 229 voters, or 11 percent of West Tisbury's 2,270 voters, went to the polls last Thursday, April 15 in an election with no drama.
Edgartown voters continued their spending ways last week and decided one electoral contest.