Monthly Archives: February 2012
The MV Cancer Support Group provides support and financial aid for those stricken with the disease.
The direct economic impact of arts and culture is estimated to be 4.2 percent of the Vineyard's overall economy, according to a recent report.
A notice in 55Plus provided the incorrect date for the MV Center for Living's next cultural luncheon.
Bristol County District Attorney C.
Two men face assault charges after a bar fight that left a West Tisbury man seriously injured.
Tisbury firefighters, police, and EMTs were busy Tuesday, responding to three fires over a six-hour period.
Chilmark selectman Frank Fenner said it was a hard decision, but he will not run for a fifth term on the board of selectmen.
Long-time Dukes County commissioner Les Leland of West Tisbury resigned February 22.
An agenda item, "energy procurement," listed for executive session at the Dukes County Commission meeting on Wednesday, drew an objection from veteran county commissioner John Alley.
While a slumping real estate market has subtracted equity for homeowners across Massachusetts and led to substantially lower home prices in some areas, a study released February 24 asserts that stagnant incomes and rising rental housing costs have contributed to continuing affordability problems in Massachusetts.
Home sale prices fell again in January as sales rose for the seventh straight month, according to Massachusetts Association of Realtors.
The former trumpet player now offers corporate consulting services that connect sales training buyers with sales training providers.
The service could be described as Pentecostal or charismatic, with elements of the Southern Baptists and the Assembly of God.
In a contentious meeting of the dredge advisory committee, the dredge foreman objected to new procedures intended to provide oversight.
Police and fire investigators suspect arson was the cause of a fire that broke out in a vacant house at 4 am, February 18 in Dodger's Hole.
Ultimately the decision to cancel a trip is left up to the ferry captain's judgment. They are ultimately responsible.
Dukes County commissioners decide they want to expand, not reduce, the role of county manager.
An unexpected revision in the Dukes County budget will reduce the amount towns are assessed to fund county government.
The roads need work, and money is relatively cheap now, but $2.67 million is still a lot for West Tisbury to raise right now.