Yearly Archives: 2011
Edgartown lawyer Edward W.
For over 20 years, Tisbury Waterways has tested water for nutrients during rain events to document stormwater pollution.
Earlier this month, the Martha's Vineyard Hospital radiology department took delivery of a 13,000-pound magnet, a critical component of a new General Electric Optima wide-bore magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) machine hospital leaders say will provide expanded diagnostic capabilities, improved patient comfort, and reduced fees.
The Martha's Vineyard Regional High School lacrosse team beat the Coyle Cassidy High School Warriors Thursday afternoon on a rain sodden Vineyard field by a score of 8-2.
West Tisbury voters needed to decide just one contest in the Thursday, April 14, election of town officers.
In a seismic shift of the Oak Bluffs government landscape, voters Thursday, April 14 elected local businessman Michael Santoro and retired mortgage finance executive Walter Vail to the five-member board of selectmen.
Edgartown voters decided four contested races and answered three ballot questions at the polls Thursday, April 14.
The Division of Fisheries and Wildlife stocked Martha's Vineyard ponds Thursday, April 14 with trout.
Despite a three-hour special town meeting on Tuesday evening and torrential rain the next day, 126 dedicated Tisbury voters waded out for the annual town meeting last night.
The Martha's Vineyard Figure Skating Club (MVFSC) presented its annual Ice Show, now 23 years old, at the Arena on April 9 and 10.
Hunters and conservationists joined forces at the annual Ducks Unlimited dinner at the Harbor View Hotel earlier this month, drawn by a mutual love and concern for the natural world and the creatures that inhabit it.
West Tisbury School principal Michael Halt returned to Martha's Vineyard Sunday, April 10, after completing a 15-month tour in Afghanistan.
Island charter fishermen came to the Edgartown selectmen's meeting Monday armed with eight letters of support and a boatload of opposition to a Hyannis company's request to operate a charter fishing boat from Memorial Wharf.
A Green Careers Day on Tuesday at Martha's Vineyard Regional High School featured a panel of professionals in energy related careers.
The Sandwich under-13 boys' youth lacrosse team earned the honors Sunday, at the Oak Bluffs school, 7-3.
The Vineyard Haven Steamship Authority Terminal has won an Energy Star Award, with a rating of 84 out of a possible 100.
Edgartown voters moved methodically and efficiently through special and annual town-meeting warrants Tuesday evening and approved a $27,528,381 operating budget for fiscal 2012.
The Community Solar Greenhouse (COMSOG) sponsored their first 2011 workshop late last month, called Living Raw on Martha's Vineyard.