Yearly Archives: 2011

Tisbury Marketplace theater proposed for Martha’s Vineyard Film Society

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

Oak Bluffs Ambulance staff goes red in support of soldiers

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.

Oak Bluffs moves to hire interim town administrator

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

A chance encounter with striped bass makes a perfect adventure

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

Martha’s Vineyard District Court Report

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.

Oak Bluffs targets current year budget for $500,000 in cuts

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.

Oak Bluffs selectmen address animal control complaints

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

Chilmark Community Center fundraiser goes dry

The Chilmark Community Center had to change course this week.

Chilmark settles on Middle Line road plan

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

Massachusetts under fire after grants denied Martha’s Vineyard towns

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.