Yearly Archives: 2011

Edgartown selectmen nose into wastewater plant issues

Edgartown selectmen heard complaints Monday from a Hye Road resident about odors from the nearby wastewater treatment plant.

NTSB finds lack of fuel in March plane crash on beach

The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has issued a preliminary report indicating a lack of fuel may have been the cause of

Chilmark Police arrest nurse for writing own prscriptions

Following a brief investigation that began with an unrelated theft investigation, Chilmark police Saturday arrested Maureen M.

It was a busy week for Chilmark police

Chilmark Police have been unusually busy, including two motor vehicle accidents and the arrest of a young man for assault and battery with a dangerous weapon.

Senior Tisbury police sergeant is suspended with pay

A senior member of the Tisbury Police Department, Sergeant Robert Fiske, has been placed on paid administrative leave pending the outcome of an internal investigation, Tisbury town administrator John Bugbee confirmed this week.

Sean Mulvey selected Tisbury School assistant principal

One door closed and another opened for Sean Mulvey, selected as Tisbury School's assistant principal after his job at West Tisbury School ended.

Island veterans’ agent casts wary eye at donation requests

Dukes County director of veterans services Jo Ann Murphy said this week that representatives of Veterans Support Organization (VSO), which bills itself as a national veterans organization, do not have her support.

When the poll numbers drop, go fishing

President Obama might consider exchanging a fishing rod for a golf club.

Station Menemsha’s 47-foot motor lifeboat crew – always ready

There are about 42,000 active duty personnel in the Coast Guard.