Monthly Archives: April 2012
Real Estate transactions from around the island
Town leaders told the unhappy owners of Up-Island Automotive that the decision to buy discounted gas from the Vineyard Transit Authority stands.
The Partnership said the odor of smoke may be temporarily noticeable around Edgartown Great Pond and Katama.
Lawyers for the governor said the Aquinnah Tribe's Settlement Act protects the state's authority to regulate gaming in Aquinnah and on the mainland.
With only Bill Rossi's name on the ballot for a seat on the board of selectmen, Alan Porter's last minute write-in campaign was the only drama.
The Martha's Vineyard Little Leaguers tuned up for the new season with a series against Williston, VT. last weekend.
Saturday, March 10 and the weekend of March 16-18, 2012, members of the Martha's Vineyard Masters Swim Team competed at Harvard University.
A recap of Sailing, Tennis, Lacrosse, and Baseball reports from around the Vineyard.
March 30, Trey Rasmussen of Vineyard Haven was named to the Eastern College Athletic Conference All-Academic ice hockey team for the 2011-12 season.
Longtime Vineyard boys tennis coach Ned Fennessy netted his 250th win last week. His 251st win Tuesday may have been just as sweet.