Yearly Archives: 2011

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The Martha's Vineyard Film Society may find a theater to call its own in collaboration with Tisbury Marketplace architect and developer Sam Dunn.

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Friday is red tee-shirt day for Oak Bluffs Ambulance staff to signify their support for men and women in uniform, including some from their own ranks.

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Two names have already surfaced for the job, as selectmen advertise widely for an administrator to replace Michael Dutton.

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Sometimes it all works out. The striped bass show up and there is a cop down the road.

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Nathaniel Kistler, Edgartown; DOB 8/1/63, larceny over $250: dismissed at the request of the Commonwealth; two additional charges of larceny over $250: dismissed at the request of the Commonwealth; utter false check: dismissed at the request of the Commonwealth; two additional charges of utter false check: dismissed at the request of the Commonwealth; forgery of check: dismissed at the request of the Commonwealth; two additional charges of forgery of check: dismissed at the request of the Commonwealth.

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Oak Bluffs selectmen and the town's finance and advisory committee voted July 14, to target $500,000 in cuts from the current year budget.

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Oak Bluffs selectmen tackled animal control at Tuesday's meeting, after an increasing number of complaints from residents.

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The Chilmark Community Center had to change course this week.

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Chilmark selectmen approved new road specifications for the Middle Line Road affordable housing project Tuesday.

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Edgartown town administrator Pam Dolby criticized the state Department of Housing and Community Development's (DHCD) at Monday's meeting of the board of selectmen, for the agency's decision to reject a $2 million grant application.