Yearly Archives: 2011

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In these parlous times, we find ourselves gathering, like our European forebears did nearly four centuries ago, with no sure sense of what lies ahead.

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Tisbury police closed State Road Friday, November 18, following a three-vehicle accident at Mayflower Lane.

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Edgartown School and police officials reacted quickly last Thursday morning to a report that a child on a school bus was in possession of a knife.

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Unhappy with a process that provides a clear path for interim town administrator Bob Whritenour, two members of the seven-member screening committee charged with presenting selectmen with final candidates for the job of Oak Bluffs town administrator resigned.

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The Edgartown Affordable Housing Trust tries a new way to create affordable housing.

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Can you hear me now? The startup date for a two-town distributed antennae system (DAS) project, expected to provide reliable wireless service to Chilmark and Aquinnah, has been pushed back from January 1 to sometime in March.

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The Martha's Vineyard Commission (MVC) and the Martha's Vineyard Water Alliance will co-sponsor a presentation on alternative strategies to reduce nitrogen in coastal ponds at 5 pm, Tuesday, November 30 at the Howes House in West Tisbury.

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While risk to non-hunters is minimal, public safety officials advise people entering wooded areas to exercise caution and wear blaze orange.

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The display is meant to delight the community but also serves as the centerpiece of an annual food drive for the Island Food Pantry.