Monthly Archives: May 2011

Judge says Oak Bluffs must pay Martell’s $35,736 legal bill

In a decision May 11, Dukes County Superior Court Associate Justice Tina S. Page ordered Oak Bluffs to reimburse $35,736 in attorney fees to Peter Martell.

Martha’s Vineyard rolls out fishing welcome mat for Mass National Guard

This long holiday weekend the attention of many fishermen will be focused on where best to hook a striped bass, bluefish, fluke, or sea bass.

Canadian firefighting plane scoops Martha’s Vineyard waters

A large yellow plane swooped down over State Beach and skimmed the surface of Sengekontacket Pond Sunday prompting calls from a few startled Islanders.

Martha’s Vineyard youth lacrosse action

There were two Girls Youth lacrosse games on Sunday.

Oak Bluffs voters asked for $484,361 in unusual override ballot

Oak Bluffs voters will decide two Proposition 2.

Olivia Jacobs competes in National Spelling Bee next week

Olivia Jacobs, a seventh-grade Tisbury School student, heads off this weekend to Washington, D.

Taking care of your trees

Construction damage to trees is hard to avoid in some instances.

Carly Simon to sign new book in Vineyard Haven

With a piano tripping lightly after her, the familiar voice begins its maple syrup slide over the verse "” "Kitty Casey was baseball mad..."

Martha’s Vineyard Commission to Goodale’s: keep digging

The Martha's Vineyard Commission land use planning committee made it clear that there is no relevant issue eligible for review concerning Goodale's.