Yearly Archives: 2012
Saverio (Sam) J.
Two towns' selectmen will meet again with their counsel before setting course on MVC suit. Meanwhile, West Tisbury needs more money for legal fees.
Architects said they are doing their best to listen to Chilmark selectmen but must take care of the Coast Guard's needs for the next 50 years.
"Re-energizing in the New Year" with Margot Datz, scheduled for Tuesday, Jan.
A cruise ship, mischief, a shipwreck, the film features the world's most celebrated squeakers, starring David Cross, Jenny Slate, Matthew Gray Gubler, Anna Faris, Christina Applegate.
The goal of the committee is to create a long-range management plan for the Mill Pond to address issues such as shoaling and invasive species.
Despite an appeal to the school committee, Charter School director Bob Moore learns his students won't be playing sports on high school teams.
Every day Chartwells food services director Leslie Floyd and her staff face the challenge of preparing and serving an average of 800 meals to hungry students.
After three years of escalating budget woes, new spending plan draws praise.
Mr. Keating said government was not working for the people but he remained hopeful. "We have the opportunity to do better and we will," he said.
An Edgartown girl who expected to play major league baseball ends up taking another path, one which might lead her back home one day.
Green Community designation will hike construction cost but save on energy, estimates suggest.
The Martha's Vineyard Shellfish Group, the Island's regional shellfish organization, will host a community workshop January 21 to explore the ideas and challenges of shell recycling on the Vineyard.
The Martha's Vineyard Democrats monthly meeting held from 9 am to 10:30 am, Saturday, January 14, at the Howes House in West Tisbury will feature guest speaker Mary Jane Sorrentino.
As they have done in houses and public spaces Island-wide and elsewhere, this artist's fanciful murals brighten a dull day.
The Oak Bluffs fire department deals with the challenges of a volunteer force, including criticism of the department's effort.
Tisbury selectmen voted Tuesday to withdraw from negotiations with Comcast, the Island's cable television provider.
Vineyard Power will lease the Cronig's location. It will be funded by local equity investors and debt financing from Edgartown National Bank.
On New Year's Day a fast moving fire completely destroyed the Oak Bluffs home of Paola Ayala Fuller.