Yearly Archives: 2011

State backs Edgartown tour van ban

The state agency that regulates sightseeing tours has ruled that Edgartown can limit tours to two-way streets.

At Large: Twice may not be enough

The Texas legislature is required by law to meet for no more than 140 days, every other year.

Collegiate wood bat baseball comes to Martha’s Vineyard

The M.V. Sharks, college baseball players who are professional prospects will play 22 games at the Vineyard Baseball Park this summer.

Martha’s Vineyard District Court Report

Joshua Hathaway, Vineyard Haven; DOB 7/19/79, operating motor vehicle with suspended license: continued to pretrial conference.

Noteworthy events

In its 15th year, Built on Stilts, the Island's own community dance and performance festival, is accepting registrations now through July 1.

Vineyard travel soccer teams finish regular season

The Vineyard's travel soccer teams wrapped up regular season play this weekend.

Health care choices down the road

The current discussion of Medicare reminds me of the American officer who explained that it was necessary to destroy a Vietnam town in order to save it from the VietCong.

Martha’s Vineyard senator files striped bass spearfishing bill

Spearfishing for striped bass, now prohibited under state law, would be legalized under legislation filed by Rep.

Reel Picks

Funny chick-flick comedy that gives insight to the push-pull mechanics of women's friendships.