Monthly Archives: July 2011

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Stay cool at the Vineyard Haven Library.

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Summer is really in high gear now.

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I wish I could list off all of the wonderful people who have wandered through the Texaco door over the last month and mentioned having read my column.

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Though the source of bacteria that close beaches is still a mystery, state and local officials say controlled tests show lab results are accurate.

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Oak Bluffs officials have a list of cost cutting and revenue generating ideas. Translating ideas into reality will be the hard part.

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Kerry Scott's long overdue wastewater bill was treated differently than other customers, according to town records.

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Tisbury parking is a hot topic for firefighters who are unhappy about people using the spaces behind their firehouse.

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Mr. Hebert said he whacked an accused child molester with a Louisville Slugger so police could apprehend him.

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The new owners of Vineyard Auto School, former police officers Neal Maciel and Mike Dellis, have experience on both sides of the steering wheel.

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Discarded fishing line is a hazard for reincarnated fishermen known as fish hawks. Ignore that fact and you could come back as a cuttlefish.