Yearly Archives: 2012
In August, the library building committee first approached selectmen with a plan to cut down 11 Norway maples, to accommodate the new library.
Experts from Vineyard Gardens, Middletown Nursery, Donaroma's and Jardin Mahoney weigh-in on doing it right.
The Rev. Dr. Judith Campbell this month publishes "An Unholy Mission," the fourth in a series, featuring ministerial sleuth Olympia Brown.
Island Theatre Workshop's upcoming Pick of the Crop play festival starts Friday, October 19, and continues for a total of five nights, ending next Sunday, October 28.
Halloween is upon us and if you need help with preparation, here are some ideas for saving time and cost.
The floating broom stick was in fact an ocean buoy equipped with a GPS tracking device used to study ocean currents.
A draft plan by architect James Weisman offers a vision of what Tisbury's publicly accessible waterfront might offer.
With no notice to selectmen, the Department of Transportation replaced a wooden rail on the quaint Mill Brook bridge with steel.
Chilmark would be the third Vineyard town to earn the Green Community designation, which comes with an entitlement to grant money from the state.
Federal rejection of the compact Governor Patrick negotiated with the Mashpee Wampanoags leaves an opening for the Gay Head Tribe.
Tuesday's Brown Bag Lunch series discusses ways to enlarge the role of arts and culture in the 'creative economy.'
Public Works director Fred LaPiana said the new stop signs are needed to slow traffic and create a safe path for pedestrians.
The Tisbury selectmen approved a new mooring transfer policy, amendments to shellfish regulations, and new stop signs following a series of public hearings held Tuesday night.
The Up-Island Regional School District (UIRSD) school committee approved requests from West Tisbury School principal Michael Halt to spend $10,000 of $15,000 allocated to the school in a research and development fund.
Edgartown selectmen granted a beer and wine license to Lucky Hank's, a new restaurant at 218 Upper Main Street during their meeting Monday.
The Red Stocking Fund has provided food and clothing to Island children from birth to eighth grade for decades.
Designer Lorraine Parish will hold a fashion design workshop where she will teach students to make patterns from their own designs and correctly sew them.
September 27, 2012 Michael Francis Ayers, Vineyard Haven; DOB 4/9/63, negligent operation of motor vehicle, leaving the scene of property damage: continued to pretrial conference. Eric...
Caroline Baum has written on central bank policy, the bond market, money, politics and most any aspect of the economy imaginable for over 25 years.