Yearly Archives: 2012
Three high school teams ended the regular season on a busy Saturday. The girls and boys soccer teams won, while the field hockey team tied Needham.
The Hawks and Eagles soared to wins as the junior high track season came to a close Friday at MVRHS. Five Island schools competed in eight events.
Chilmark planners side with town building inspector and refuse one neighbor's charge against his abutter that new buildings violate zoning.
A year-long rewrite of the MVC's checklist for developments that must be referred for possible review awaits comments. Public hearing on November 8.
Editor's Note: This Essay was revised and updated by the writers, as of 5:30 pm, October 28, 2012.
Sandy is moving more quickly toward southern New Jersey. Landfall is expected early this evening.
The town unveiled a new five year capital projects plan that would include new buildings, vehicles, and repairs.
A spat over beach access leads to six years of legal conflicts among well-to-do litigants over property rights. The public may have skin in the game.
The town's reasoning appears to fall outside Massachusetts Department of Transportation (DOT) guidelines governing traffic control.
A local family said it got shabby treatment from the Tisbury Water Works, even though they were not responsible for paying the bill.
A move to consolidate operations has left the longtime West Tisbury bridge tender, who held the job for 30 years, very disappointed.
A eulogy for P.G. Harris of Chilmark and call-to-arms to save one of the earliest portrayals of life on Martha's Vineyard.
Paul Falvey is the new President and CEO of Martha's Vineyard Savings Bank. He replaces Chris Wells who resigned suddenly last May.
Media representatives gathered for a panel discussion about presenting and promoting local arts and culture.
The debates covered a multitude of topics, from the philosophy of man, to the rights of women, to the building of a new Edgartown schoolhouse.
The informal morning swim group objects to the use of its name and images in a new company's branding.
Committee chairman Susan Mercier said Mr. Weiss has done a phenomenal job and she was thrilled to extend the contract for two more years.
William Street in Vineyard Haven, from Spring Street to Woodlawn Avenue, will be closed by the Tisbury Police Department to motor vehicle traffic, from 6 to 9 pm on Wednesday, October 31.
An Oak Bluffs woman who was alerted by her dog that someone might be in her basement confronted an intruder in her house off Syracuse Avenue at about 2 pm on Friday, October 19.
State regulators set nitrogen loading targets that will require action from the town.