Yearly Archives: 2011

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Fixed-interest college loans will immediately become available to families through the Massachusetts Educational Financing Authority, the Patrick administration announced Tuesday.

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Individuals and families in Massachusetts who want to buy health insurance on their own, outside of an employer's plan or government-subsidized program, should do so during an open enrollment period in effect now through August 15.

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The Martha's Vineyard Land Bank commission is celebrating the agency's 25 year mark by inviting the public to enter a photography scavenger hunt.

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Cottagers Incorporated, a group of professional African-American women formed in 1956, will hold its 28th annual tour of historic houses in Oak Bluffs from 10 am to 3 pm, Thursday, July 21.

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More than 80 boats of every size and class have been registered for this weekend's Vineyard Cup, and organizer Sail Martha's Vineyard expects more by the time registration closes.

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Oak Bluffs police arrested five people, one of them twice, while responding to 78 calls over the weekend.

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The Tisbury Volunteer Ambulance Association is calling on Island drivers, especially young drivers, to take a pledge vowing not to use mobile phones while driving.

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Edgartown selectmen unanimously appointed Carl Watt, chairman of the library building committee, to the library board of trustees at their Monday meeting.

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The distinctive sound of the Chilmark fire siren and noon whistle will once again sound over the pastoral up-Island landscape.