Yearly Archives: 2011
A lawyer who represents Edgartown attorney Edward W.
Oak Bluffs voters have only 19
Patricia Anne de Koven of Vineyard Haven died at Martha's Vineyard Hospital on Tuesday, April 5, 2011.
Plans to resume a driver's education program at Martha's Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) are in the works for next fall, superintendent of schools James Weiss informed the school committee in a meeting Monday night.
Superintendent of Martha's Vineyard Schools James Weiss announced that Martha's Vineyard Regional High School Basketball Coach Mike Joyce has been named Boston Globe Boys' Division 3 Coach of the year.
Following a harshly critical auditor's report that spurred a state police investigation of accounting practices at the Edgartown Wastewater Department, wastewater commissioners voted Tuesday to change the way the department bills residential customers.
The controversial and divisive process of siting and designing a new Edgartown library has sparked contested races for the library board of trustees in next Thursday's spring elections.
A day after The Boston Foundation and the Massachusetts Taxpayers Foundation released a report concluding that municipal governments in Massachusetts provide employees with health insurance plans that are far more costly and generous than those offered in the private sector or through other public employers, the head of the state's biggest labor union cast off the findings as "one-sided interests" of business-funded groups.
Chilmark selectmen on Tuesday heard a vicious dog complaint regarding a 12-pound cairn terrier owned by Heather and Jordi Gude.
The Martha's Vineyard boys' travel soccer teams are off to a good start.