Yearly Archives: 2011

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The West Tisbury Library Foundation, Inc.

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Through November 7, Steamship Authority traffic volumes for passengers, autos, and freight to and from both islands have continued to decline.

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An article published November 17,

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A neighbor of NPR's shared broadcasting tower in Tisbury moves to block a change that would improve the quality and reach of the WCAI signal.

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"He'd love to stay in for another 20 years if he could," brother Kevin Sullivan said.

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A public hearing on Martha's Vineyard Regional High School's proposed $16.9 million fiscal year 2013 budget is set for November 28.

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Hospitals and health care providers that dominate a substantial share of the health industry would be subject to a "market impact review" to ensure that their clout isn't hurting consumers, according to a plan outlined Friday by Attorney General Martha Coakley.

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Shoppers and diners on Martha's Vineyard can count on enjoying Thanksgiving's bounty, thanks to expert planning and preparation by Island businesses.

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In typical, eleventh-hour fashion, lawmakers wrote a frenetic final chapter to the 2011 legislative session, blazing through bills to introduce casino gambling, protect transgender residents, and implement pension reforms that have languished for years on Beacon Hill.