Yearly Archives: 2012
Robert James Dozier, an award-winning screen writer who began his career in the Golden Age of television, died peacefully after a long illness on Friday, January 6, at his home in Edgartown.
Jason Rabinovitz, 90, died in Los Angeles on January 2, at the UCLA Medical Center.
The town administrator said the bill will effectively deplete the town's legal budget. A special town meeting may be needed to appropriate more money.
The decision paves the way for thousands of legal Massachusetts immigrants to rejoin a heavily subsidized health program for low-income residents.
The program, known as the Commonwealth Care Bridge Program, unfairly discriminates against legal immigrants, the court ruled.
Four members of the M.
MV Youth Hockey has announced that the Instructional program at the Arena will be free of charge for the winter season, from early January through mid-March.
Mercier had a hat trick in the third period, assisted by Aubrey Ashmun, Kuehne, Cimeno, and Johnson.
Saturday's lackluster performance followed on the heels of the Vineyarders' 10-2 thrashing of the Nantucket Whalers Friday night.
The boys JV game was a seesaw affair with a multitude of fouls, but at the end the day, the game belonged to the Islanders.
It once forced a famous lady named Muffetto hastily vacate her tuffet.
Why let Parker Brothers or centuries of invention get in the way? Make up your own game, indoors or out.
This year's Christmas count took place on Monday, January 2, with about 60 Islanders and guests participating.
Kathleen Johnson, the Island's principal social services provider's new development director, has the perfect background for the job.
Waylon, adopted that day from a foster home in Rhode Island, was officially missing. His owners were frantic and began to search.
Falmouth-based Gary M.
The Mansion House in Vineyard Haven is again offering Vineyarders a "staycation" to celebrate the hotel's 27th anniversary.
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The Vineyard Golf Club Foundation (VGCF) Wednesday announced its 2011 list of recipients for grants totaling more than $100,000.