Yearly Archives: 2011

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A Dukes County Commission subcommittee will recommend that county officials consider a series of changes to county government designed to follow the recommendations of a Department of Revenue study critical of county operations.

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Edgartown police hosted a 40-hour training class last week to teach public safety personnel how to inspect child safety seats and help parents understand how to use them.

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Florence (Campos) Lavelle, 87, of Hyannis and formerly of Vineyard Haven, died on Tuesday, May 17, 2011 at the Cape Cod Hospital.

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Maddison L.

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In an effort to provide a spark to the town's struggling business community, Tisbury selectmen on Tuesday unanimously voted to extend the parking limits on Main Street from one to two hours.

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Brothers Shep and Ian Murray of Edgartown, CEOs and co-founders of vineyard vinesĀ®, announced the opening of their newest retail store at 56 Narragansett Avenue in Oak Bluffs.

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Weeks after labor leaders ripped a House plan to restrict their bargaining rights over municipal health insurance plan details, the Senate on Wednesday rolled out a counter-proposal that would give unions a comparatively larger role in negotiations over plan changes while still offering the promise of $100 million in savings to cities and towns.

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Natalie Bosworth Brush died peacefully on the evening of May 9.

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Mary Haggerty Snyder, 87, died at her Vineyard Haven home on Tuesday, May 17, 2011.

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Islanders and visitors will notice changes to The Martha's Vineyard Times' Vineyard Visitor publication, beginning this week.