Yearly Archives: 2011
Oak Bluffs voters were in a spending, but not a debating, mood Tuesday.
Tisbury voters only managed to plow through the special town meeting warrant Tuesday.
The Martha's Vineyard Commission (MVC) is conducting a review of the checklist triggers that send development projects in the towns to the regional land use regulatory agency for review.
West Tisbury voters did their business agreeably Tuesday, approving an article to allow restaurants to serve beer and wine and another to buy the Field Gallery property and several questions relating to the renovation and expansion of the town library.
As an educator and now homeowner, I would like to extend my gratitude to the Island Housing Trust, the selectmen, the town of Tisbury, Gino Mazzaferro, and to all others who contributed to the creation of the Lambert's Cove affordable homes.
It isn't necessary to make house size, minimum or maximum, a matter of referral to the M.
The best estimates of the economic road ahead foresee modest national growth for the next few years.
A polygraph machine and a confession led Oak Bluffs police to two men they say broke into the house of a 77-year-old man and stole a safe that contained his life savings of about $85,000.
A roundabout at the intersection of Edgartown-Vineyard Haven Road and Barnes Road moves a step closer to fruition next week.
It's about the age-old and never ending delicate balance between preserving the past and changing with modern times.
South Mountain Company's manager of energy services Rob Meyers recently attended the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) "PV America" Conference in Philadelphia.
On a trip to Southern Sudan, Ms. Taylor taught local women how to make a beautiful, intricate pendant "” to help them recover from the horrors of enslavement.
Thieves broke into four houses in the Bold Meadow development off Edgartown-West Tisbury Road in Edgartown Monday.
The first quarter of 2011 delivered an across-the-board decline in Steamship Authority traffic volumes, compared with data for last year.
Sunday, March 27, marked the final Sunday for the gas special offered by Up-Island Automotive.
The first thing I did when I woke up this morning was read The Times and wow, what a great article! The kids and the cranes are a hit ("
Another long winter on Martha's Vineyard is finally just about over, but for those who participated in the activities at the YMCA, it has been a winter well spent.
A trip to the Oak Bluffs Post Office was always a social event.
It is indeed a difficult task to encapsulate what one stands for and one's accomplishments in two small paragraphs.