Monthly Archives: December 2011
The lawyers said West Tisbury and Edgartown do not have standing to sue the MVC under the existing legislation.
Jennifer Tseng and Fanny Howe, two prize-winning poets from West Tisbury, will headline the Speakeasy Series of author talks on January 4.
The Island has always had its share of literary dons and doyennes, and many – McCullough, Brooks, Horwitz, Riggs – were busy this year.
This past Thursday, Dec. 22, Times staffer Susie Safford asked partygoers at a Winter Solstice party the age-old question.
Whether you are planning to head out to celebrate or are having a quiet celebration, here are some tips.
The new Teen Center at the YMCA of M.V. in Oak Bluffs hosts its first official event, a New Year's Dance Party for Teens on December 30.
A pop-up shop at the NYE Gallery on Uncas Avenue in Oak Bluffs will be open everyday for the next couple of weeks.
Steven Spielberg's animated adaptation of the Belgian action-adventure comic strip about Tintin, the boy reporter who teams up with Captain Haddock, bounding around and searching for lost treasure in non-stop action.
Captain/Ocean Pros and Sail MV will offer a captain's course this winter.
A news brief, "Al-Anon meeting site moved," published December 22 ought to have identified the group as the Wednesday night Alcoholics Anonymous women's step meeting.
When police discovered her real identity, they learned of outstanding warrants for her arrest in six different cases.
At the recommendation of Police Chief Dan Hanavan, the selectmen agreed to promote police Officer Christopher Habekost to acting sergeant.
Edgartown selectmen listened to a preliminary proposal for a new Main Street restaurant, at their meeting Tuesday.
At no time did the lobster boat acknowledge any radio traffic from the Katama or stop to ensure the safety of both vessels the SSA general manager said.
Thieves cut the building's electricity in an unsuccessful effort to circumvent the pharmacy's alarm and surveillance camera system.
Detective Mark Santon said police wanted to alert the public because some of the drugs could be very dangerous if misused.
In appreciation for their service to their country and to let them know they are remembered, The Times provides this update.
We've done a great job educating people about why buying and eating locally grown food matters. Now it's time to mount a strong buy local campaign.