Yearly Archives: 2011
There can be great pleasure in getting to know a whole new universe of critters who share theI Island with us.
August 31, Linda B.
The Vineyard Home Center moved - but not far - from 426 to 454 State Road in Vineyard Haven.
A photo of a hole the waves punched in the dunes behind Lucy Vincent Beach (
The state is concerned about the buildup of dead and dying trees in the 5,000 acre state forest and the risk should there be a fire.
In real estate the mantra goes: location, location, location.
Tisbury police advise do not leave your keys in your car and do not leave the car unlocked.
Selectmen agree to replace a retired police officer, and accept bids for auto repair and electrical services at their Tuesday meeting.
Edgartown selectmen agreed to seek an opinion from their independent auditor about new accounting policies adopted by Edgartown wastewater district commissioners.
Researcher suggests use common sense to avoid illness from bacteria that beach sand may harbor.
Boat bluefish: Tony P.
The Martha's Vineyard Striped Bass and Bluefish Derby kicked off Sunday. For the next five weeks Island life is all about fish.
The Martha's Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) school committee launched into the business of a new school year Monday night with a brisk-paced, hour-long meeting.
Island propane dealers want to increase the Island's limited storage capacity to meet increasing demand.
Local police will soon have a new partner, a dog specially trained to sniff out narcotics and locate missing persons.
The wheelchair-bound man admitted he hit an accused child molester with a Louisville Slugger bat, but claimed self defense. A judge agreed.
A closer look at the books by interim town manager Bob Whritenour means the town can avoid trimming staff, selectmen say.
The Massachusetts Commission against Discrimination issued a split decision last week on a complaint filed in 2009 by Tisbury Police Officer Kelly Kershaw.
Oak Bluffs police provided a video photo of two thieves clad in black. An Apple computer is missing.
For the 34th year in a row, Circuit Avenue in Oak Bluffs will host a laid back summer's end street party.