Yearly Archives: 2011
Two Wampanoag tribe employees saw a bald eagle sitting in a tree on the Flanders property, near the intersection of North Road and Menemsha Crossroad, at about 3:30 pm, Wednesday afternoon.
Tisbury Water Works (TWW) reminds customers today in an ad in The Times that delinquent accounts must be paid in full by Friday, April 8.
A review of the four departments managed directly by the Dukes County manager reveals a government organization top-heavy with salaries but short on actual functions.
Tisbury animal control officer Laurie Clements and town administrator John Bugbee reported last week on enforcement issues raised in a dog complaint discussion at the Tisbury selectmen's March 15 meeting.
West Tisbury selectmen have set a price on the Field Gallery. Now they will ask voters to agree to a purchase.
Following their league-leading seasonal efforts, the Martha's Vineyard junior high youth hockey team won their playoff championship games in the Cape & Islands Junior High league competition last weekend in Hyannis, crunching Gateway, Saturday, 12-0, and besting Yarmouth-Dennis, 6-3 on Sunday.
Spring sports are about to blossom at the Martha's Vineyard Regional High School, although most season openers are away.
Oak Bluffs and Tisbury proved to be well-matched, Tuesday, in the Tiger cage.
Ned Fennessy, in his 21st year as Martha's Vineyard Regional High School boys tennis coach, sends a promising team onto the courts today at Cohasset and hosts Bishop Feehan here on Saturday.
All things considered, perhaps the most remarkable Island athlete is 53-year-old Ocean Eversley of Vineyard Haven.