Yearly Archives: 2011
Two Wampanoag tribe employees saw a bald eagle sitting in a tree on the Flanders property, near the intersection of North Road and Menemsha Crossroad, at about 3:30 pm, Wednesday afternoon.
Tisbury Water Works (TWW) reminds customers today in an ad in The Times that delinquent accounts must be paid in full by Friday, April 8.
A review of the four departments managed directly by the Dukes County manager reveals a government organization top-heavy with salaries but short on actual functions.
Tisbury animal control officer Laurie Clements and town administrator John Bugbee reported last week on enforcement issues raised in a dog complaint discussion at the Tisbury selectmen's March 15 meeting.
West Tisbury selectmen have set a price on the Field Gallery. Now they will ask voters to agree to a purchase.
Following their league-leading seasonal efforts, the Martha's Vineyard junior high youth hockey team won their playoff championship games in the Cape & Islands Junior High league competition last weekend in Hyannis, crunching Gateway, Saturday, 12-0, and besting Yarmouth-Dennis, 6-3 on Sunday.
Spring sports are about to blossom at the Martha's Vineyard Regional High School, although most season openers are away.
Oak Bluffs and Tisbury proved to be well-matched, Tuesday, in the Tiger cage.
Ned Fennessy, in his 21st year as Martha's Vineyard Regional High School boys tennis coach, sends a promising team onto the courts today at Cohasset and hosts Bishop Feehan here on Saturday.
All things considered, perhaps the most remarkable Island athlete is 53-year-old Ocean Eversley of Vineyard Haven.
The Martha's Vineyard Commission (MVC), at a public hearing on March 10, made several amendments to the Island Road District designation.
The Martha's Vineyard Regional High School varsity lacrosse team is looking forward to an exciting and successful season.
Tisbury's proposed fiscal year 2012 (FY12) operating budget of $20,451,676 is up by 1.
Performances are Friday, April 1, at 7 pm; Saturday, April 2 at 2 and 7 pm. Admission is $8; $5 seniors and students; $20 for families.
There are certainly ways in which the consolidation of some public services may prove to be more efficient and more economical than the six-fold duplication of those efforts, which is our historic and current pattern.
Four members of the Martha's Vineyard Masters Swim Club team competed in the New England Short Course Yards championship meet held in Harvard's Blodgett Pool on March 12, 18, 19 and 20.
Did you know that some newspapers charge the bereaved to have obituaries of the dearly departed published.
The February 22 arrest of a Middleboro man by Middleboro police on child sex-abuse charges is linked to an arraignment that took place Friday in Edgartown District Court.
Edgartown police opened a criminal investigation this week, as new allegations of fraud and missing client funds surfaced against prominent Edgartown attorney and town official Edward W.