Monthly Archives: June 2012

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Jazz, Country, Funk and Deejays fill Island bars with music this weekend leading up to the Fourth of July.

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The accomplished Nashville musician with the mechanical heart is sharing his talents with the Vineyard Thursday night, and Saturday afternoon.

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The commissioners selected a Concord, New Hampshire lawyer to be the new county manager. The decision was not easily made.

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With questions resolved about the scope and permanency of a development of regional impact designation, the commission approved a new Tisbury propane business.

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As the school year ends, the high school committee is looking ahead with a five-year capital budget that includes some new, unexpected projects.

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At a Chilmark planning board meeting Monday, board members and citizens discussed efforts to control house size within the town limits.

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Attorney Arthur Bergeron and college planning consultant Sharon McLaughlin offered tips for making the most out of bequests to children and grandchildren.

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Fishermen and those who represent them discuss prospects for their profession at the Home Port in Menemsha.

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The respected Island leader and former Edgartown selectman said it was time to pass the baton after 43 years of planning the July 4th tradition.

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Building permits show construction activity on the upswing. Home sales have sparked optimism in the Martha's Vineyard real estate market.