Yearly Archives: 2011

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Laura Jernegan of Edgartown at American University in Washington,1 D.

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Dina BenDavid, MSN, NP-C, of Edgartown has just graduated with a Master's of Science in Nursing degree from Frontier School of Midwifery & Family Nursing.

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Derek Back joined the Oak Bluffs police department December 20 as the newest officer on the force.

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Wise men, and donkeys, and angels all gathered at the Ag Hall on Christmas Eve for the Congregational Church's annual Christmas Eve pageant.

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To keep construction costs at a minimum, Habitat has decided to join forces with FirstDay Cottages, designers of a home that can be built by novices.

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Mulching is like a buying an insurance policy for your plants and garden, buffering them against unknown risks.

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Some diagnoses are easy, some vexing. Either way a strict protocol and process makes the work more accurate.

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We have all had the experience of loving one book by an author, and finding the second just so-so.

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Volunteering is good and good for you: there's plenty of need on the Island and experts agree on its health benefits.

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A program to provide holiday meals to hungry Islanders looks to the community to help it satisfy increasing demand.