Yearly Archives: 2012

New Yorkers win 35th Chilmark Road Race

A total of 1,354 runners competed in the rain today. Islanders took 10 of the top 20 spots, but none of the top five.

Police bust cocaine link between New York and Martha’s Vineyard

Members of the Martha's Vineyard Drug task Force arrested a Queens, New York woman Thursday with $30,000 worth of cocaine.

What’s Up MV: Wailers and classic guitarists

The Wailers are the talk of the town. Fundraisers, DJs and hip-hop highlight the weekend.

Study assesses wait times for primary care physicians

While Massachusetts policymakers have been taking victory laps in connection with their health care access and cost control efforts, a study released Wednesday highlights continuing problems for patients.

County commissioners sign contract with new $67,709 manager

"I will move forward," Martina Thornton told The Times the morning after the county commissioners voted to offer her the position.

Tisbury selectmen discuss parking, landscaping and licenses

Tisbury selectmen Tuesday night agreed to provide parking for school employees and discussed the emergency services facility landscaping problem.

The price of dreams makes Community Services possible

The annual Possible Dreams Auctions to benefit Martha's Vineyard Community Services raised over $190,000 Monday night.

Chris Scott marks 20 years of preserving Vineyard landmarks

Executive director Chris Scott has enjoyed success as he completes his 20th year at the helm of the Martha's Vineyard Preservation Trust.

Martha’s Vineyard Medical Reserve Corps seeks new volunteers

The Island unit needs medical and non-medical volunteers to help support a variety of public health activities and emergency response.