Monthly Archives: September 2012
Brandon Watkins rushed for three TD's, Alec Tattersall passed to Joe Turney for two scores, and Nate Horwitz completed the rout in a rain-soaked win.
Faced with the prospect of serving a year in jail, the former Chilmark resident withdrew his proffered plea agreement and asked to go to trial.
Federal and local officials conducted random security checks on passengers leaving Martha's Vineyard by ferry.
Police said a man who used Craigslist to hire a prostitute received more than he bargained for.
The process to obtain an agreement with NSTAR to hook up a new solar array proposed at Tisbury's landfill to the power grid has taken ten months.
The automobile fare would be increased by $1 on each leg and the cost of year round parking permits would be increased by $25.
Local officials lauded legislative changes that could lead to more funding, and more recreation projects for Martha's Vineyard towns.
With support from the Steamship Authority, Oak Bluffs and Tisbury are pursuing the idea of transporting trash to New Bedford by barge.
The pipe organ's sound flooded forth, both soft and strong, multi-textured, filling the tiny sanctuary.
Islanders were perplexed. Why couldn't they find familiar telephone numbers in The Island Book, the chamber directory?
The West Tisbury Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA) will hold a public hearing at 5:15 pm on Thursday, October 11, regarding a proposal from Verizon to erect a cell tower on private property owned by Robert Doane on New Lane.
Martha's Vineyard shoppers who take advantage of online shopping could soon be paying more for purchases.
The Colonial Ordinances, retained the rights for the public to fish, fowl, and navigate, but not listen to Kiss driving out of a parking lot.
67th Derby Results(Through September 25)Grand LeadersAll-TackleBoat bluefish: Adam Cummings, 16.06.Shore bluefish: Phil P. Hennig, 12.78..Boat bass: Pete J. Spengler, 37.34.Shore bass: Tony...
A collaborative on-Island and regional effort to promote and grow the 10 percent share of the economy that the arts represent begins tomorrow.
Two men, still on probation for previous drug crimes, were observed exchanging prescription drugs outside a pharmacy.
Oak Bluffs town officials have tough decisions ahead about how to reduce nitrogen loading in the popular salt pond.
Recreational permit holders can begin harvesting bay scallops next week, commercial scallopers begin October 22.
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