Monthly Archives: January 2012
David and Ann LeBreton will leave behind what is actually a 30-year legacy.
Less than two years after it won overwhelming passage in the House and Senate, a bill intended to streamline the permitting process for land-based wind turbines was buried in study Tuesday by a legislative committee, likely denying the Patrick administration a long-held priority in its effort to increase renewable energy production.
Grocery store owner Elio Silva's revised plans for a new store didn't make it through the quick checkout line with the Martha's Vineyard Commission.
The height of the canopies would range from 13 feet on the low side to 18 feet high at their tallest point.
Increases in local meals and room taxes have pushed Oak Bluffs local revenue well above projections in the first half of the fiscal year, according to interim town administrator Bob Whritenour.
The Martha's Vineyard Commission (MVC) met on Thursday, January 19, and approved a $1,203,266 budget for fiscal year 2013 (FY13) that begins on July 1.
On Time III, one of the two ferries that carry cars and passengers across Edgartown Harbor between Chappaquiddick and downtown Edgartown, is due back in service this week, after three months of repair and maintenance.
The Martha's Vineyard Drug Task Force arrested two men and seized more than three grams of crack cocaine when the pair stepped off a Steamship Authority ferry in Vineyard Haven on January 20.
A Dukes County Superior Court grand jury has returned indictments against two men for the knifepoint robbery of drugs and cash from an Edgartown house on October 19, 2011.
Tisbury selectmen met Tuesday night for slightly more than two hours, all but 15 minutes of which was in executive session.
Edgartown attorney Edward "Pete" Vincent Jr.
Benefit levels are increased this year for a Fuel Assistance program run by the South Shore Community Action Council (SSCAC).
Home sales in Massachusetts in 2011 hit their lowest levels since 1990, despite low interest rates and "soft" median sales prices that dropped 3 percent last year, real estate market analysts reported Tuesday, according top the State House News Service.
The 1st Coast Guard District recorded 51 recreational boating and paddling fatalities in New England waters in 2011.
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For good home cooking and warm fellowship at a truly amazing price, nothing beats one of the four weekly Community Suppers held in Island churches.
Every now and again, a truly unusual pet is brought into a vet's office "” like a tarantula.
Starting about now, stored vegetables are likely to start sprouting.
Doctors outside of tick hotspots may not know much about it or know when to look for it.