Yearly Archives: 2010

Chilmark voters approve dock repairs, balk on farm house spending

Chilmark voters at a special town meeting Monday unanimously approved three articles authorizing the town to spend just over $1.

Martha’s Vineyard District Court Report

William Monast, West Tisbury; DOB 4/9/47, OUI-liquor or .

Edgartown Police investigate early morning burglary, arson

A diligent Edgartown Police officer, responding to an automatic alarm early Monday morning from a seasonal harbor-front house, averted a potentially catastrophic explosion when he extinguished a fire deliberately set by a burglar, who also cut the main propane gas line to a room heater.

Edgartown mulls further limit on construction noise

A public hearing on a proposed bylaw to limit construction noise elicited strong opinions on both sides of the issue at the Edgartown selectmen's meeting Monday.

Island groups seek share of hospital pot of gold

Island social service and health care nonprofit organizations and government departments are lining up to claim a share of more than $1.

Oak Bluffs strikes deal with Edgartown to dredge Sengekontacket Pond

Oak Bluffs and the Edgartown dredge committee have agreed in principle on a price for the use of Edgartown's town-owned dredge.

Tisbury considers new sewer policy to go with the flow

The possibility of ending Tisbury's restriction on additional sewer flow allotments has flushed out debate among business owners, town planners, and board members regarding decisions on present and future wastewater treatment needs.

Pet health insurance is useful, but comes with a price

Caring for a pet can be an expensive proposition, particularly on Martha's Vineyard where costs for any type of medical care run above the national average.