Yearly Archives: 2012

0
The Division of Marine Fisheries said Friday it is safe to shellfish in the popular salt pond, closed July 11 after the discovery of an algae bloom.

0
Police said the woman, the victim of a sexual assault, was able to chase down her attacker and hold him until police arrived.

0
A study done for Oak Bluffs and Tisbury says a freight system to transport trash by barge between Martha's Vineyard and New Bedford is technically feasible.

0
The Animal Shelter hosted its annual Garden Party Fundraiser last Sunday, its first as an independent, nonprofit organization.

0
As the deadline approaches for filing papers to run for the Martha's Vineyard Commission,

0
Although the new DAS system has made progress for wireless coverage in Aquinnah and Chilmark, there is still room for improvement.

0
The US Small Business Administration sponsors an organization called SCORE, which stands for "Service Corp Of Retired Executives.

0
An analysis of all departments with an eye toward savings for taxpayers proceeded without a hitch, until it was time to look at the council on aging.

0
Just a week after their first choice rejected the offer, commissioners turned to the long time executive assistant to manage county affairs.

0
The shark tournament circus comes to town this weekend. Opponents say it is an outrage but the Times fishing columnist thinks otherwise.