Yearly Archives: 2011
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Oak Bluffs selectmen, at their Tuesday, October 18 meeting, considered a plan to make part of Dukes County Avenue one-way and set November 15 for a public hearing on the proposal.
Edgartown selectmen named six townspeople to an advisory committee charged with exploring sites for mobile phone communication towers on Chappaquiddick and at Katama Farm.
On a beautiful but blustery afternoon, Sunday, October 16, 91 Vineyarders set out on the 21st annual CROP walk.
Martha's Vineyard Community Services (MVCS) has named five new members to its 19-member board of directors.
The Island Housing Trust (IHT) will host a groundbreaking ceremony today, for the construction of four townhouses on Lake Street in Vineyard Haven.
Shortly after the Senate's 24-14 vote to approve casino legislation, Senate President Therese Murray's office released a list of those who voted against the bill.
The fishing was tough but in the 66th Derby the grand and division winners managed to bring home a pin.
Edgartown voters will gather in a special town meeting next Tuesday, October 25, to tackle a range of issues.
A Wellness Retreat held Monday at the YMCA offered a healthy dose of inspiration, motivation, and perspiration for Martha's Vineyard Public Schools (MVPS) wellness committees.
The Edgartown police, fire, and ambulance services offered soup, sandwiches, and humor at a meal with the regulars at the town's senior center.
Steamship Authority (SSA) members settled spring and summer schedules for 2012 and approved an $84 million operating budget.
The Coast Guard said its new boathouse is designed to serve a variety of interests and a wide service area beyond Menemsha.
Delays, restrictions, charges, mark efforts to get public records from Dukes County.
Two local police departments explore whether a private company can manage ticket processing more efficiently and less expensively than Dukes County.
Love The Beatles music but not the kitschy, wigged-up cover bands? Have we got a concert for you.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt (Adam) and Seth Rogen (big-hearted Kyle) star as best friends whose lives are changed by a malignant spinal tumor that comes with a 50/50 survival rate.
There's a lot to be learned by snooping through a graveyard and amateur historian Liz Villard has made a part time career out of it.
Another Derby season has officially passed, with newly minted boat and truck owners taking off with their sweet rewards.