Yearly Archives: 2011
The Oak Bluffs Police Department used Dukes County's
Oak Bluffs police are investigating an early Sunday morning break-in and the theft of a cash register containing a significant amount of cash from Murdick's Fudge on Circuit Avenue.
The annual Ag Fair provides a beacon for many Island young people home for a summer visit.
Tidal turbines could some day provide ocean-generated electricity for Martha's Vineyard and the mainland.
The initial steps to develop commercial wind energy on the outer continental shelf off the shores of Massachusetts and Rhode Island have begun.
A progress report on the young woman, Pati Gaurch, who in July was hit by a car in Edgartown.
Media outfits organize the White House press pool as a cooperative effort to follow the president nearly everywhere he goes, so that if there is some sort of news, independent observers are there to report it and record it.
House and Senate leaders on Tuesday embraced an expanded and controversial gaming bill that would license three resort-style casinos in Massachusetts and one slot facility bid competitively.
School officials are optimistic West Tisbury School's summer exterior renovation project will wrap up before students return.
In an effort to clear clogged immigration courts, the Obama administration will stop deportation proceedings in "low priority" cases.
Local officials already gearing up emergency plans for a storm forecast to reach New England this weekend.
What's happening at Featherstone, Made Here on Martha's Vineyard, Shephard Fine ArtSpace, and Louisa Gould Gallery.
Elizabeth Whelan, commissioned portraits, 508-560-0083.
Shaw Cramer Gallery presents two Spotlight Shows: the woodcut art of Ruth Kirchmeier and new paintings by Chilmark artist Wendy Weldon.
Artist Ken Vincent answers.
The barbarian of the Hyborian Age sees his family murdered and village destroyed, and travels the gory path of mayhem and revenge, battling monsters, witches, and mercenary armies.
From start to finish, this poignant comedy will charm all but the most hard-hearted filmgoers.