Yearly Archives: 2012
A morning equipment failure in Oak Bluffs and an afternoon car accident in West Tisbury, caused separate power outages in Island towns Friday.
Public and legislative criticism raged, so the Patrick administration backed off the bake sale decision.
Aquinnah voters approved all override spending questions. However, they were not so approving of the Roundabout.
A new law, effective August 1, bars bake sale goods, candy bars sold in fundraisers, birthday treats, and more in public schools.
Powerful ferry propellers push sand into harbor mooring areas.
An acrobatic osprey was the highlight of the 38th annual Martha's Vineyard Rod and Gun Club Kids Trout Derby, Saturday.
Tom Hale launches his boat and a lifetime of sailing memories.
On Memorial Wharf in stately Edgartown, a perennial squid hot spot, the calamari and bait fishermen stood shoulder to shoulder well into the night.
The House plan enables communities to use CPA funds on athletic fields, parks and playground projects.
The National Marine Fisheries Service recently determined that these forage fish should be examined for protection under the Endangered Species Act.
The new site not only offers information about the department but also downloadable forms for commonly requested applications.
Going green in your own yard can mean more than just cultivating a picture-perfect lawn. It can mean helping protect the environment.
April 17, 2012 Emile M. Rowe, Vineyard Haven; DOB 5/26/82, possession to distribute class B drug: continued to pretrial conference. April 23, 2012 Suene Concucao Menezes, Edgartown;...
The town hopes to stabilize costs with a long term contract.
Thimble Farm owner Eric Grubman plans to sell his 37-acre property, following a failed effort by a community coalition of Island conservation, agriculture, and housing group representatives, local farmers, and interested residents to raise money for its purchase.
A Dukes County grand jury Wednesday indicted David Thrift, 31, of Tisbury, on two charges of solicitation to commit a felony.
A former Tisbury resident, wanted by Edgartown police on explosives charges, died May 4 in Canada.
The implementation of Secure Communities will not change how law enforcement on Martha's Vineyard handles arrests, Sheriff Mike McCormack said.
For the third time in six years, the New England Scholastic Press Association (NESPA) awarded its highest honor, the All-New England Award for Excellence in Scholastic Journalism, to the Martha's Vineyard Regional High School's student newspaper, the High School View, and the talented students who create it.
The Martha's Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) junior class and guests will kick up their heels on prom night, Saturday, May 12, at the Edgartown Yacht Club from 6-10 pm.