Yearly Archives: 2012
The Martha's Vineyard Prescribed Fire Partnership conducted a controlled burn Monday at The Trustees of Reservations' Long Point Reservation in West Tisbury.
Under pressure from Edgartown officials, the Martha's Vineyard Commission agreed to take further public comment on the DRI checklist.
Officer Kelly Kershaw suffered minor injuries when her cruiser struck a tree Tuesday night. State police are investigating the State Road accident.
What's wrong with big houses on huge lots, builders ask. And, who decides what's in character and what's not? Is big-ness the only criteria?
Captain George E.
Thomas Jones is to be arraigned on November 30, for his role in causing the crash that killed his son and a young woman.
An additional science teacher and increased costs for special education in residential care facilities off-Island are the big-ticket budget increases.
Enrollments in the elementary schools are up by about 1.3 percent and in the regional high school by about 1.9 percent this year.
The animal control officer said the farmer was within his rights to shoot the a part Sheltie, part border collie named Chi.
Hot lunches made in West Tisbury School's newly renovated kitchen are a welcome change for Chilmark School students.
DEP wants comments on plans to limit and reduce nitrogen pollution in the coastal waters of Farm Pond, Sengekontacket Pond and Lagoon Pond.
They are unhappy with the replacement of a wood guardrail with steel on Mill Brook bridge and a lack of action to correct a dangerous intersection.
Selectmen and local developers don't like the draft checklist and don't like the way the MVC conducted its public hearing.
Police asked for help from the public to solve the crime.
Selectmen acknowledged that the Atlantic restaurant's plan to provide sidewalk seating will constrict space on the privately owned sidewalk.
The Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah) held elections Sunday.
Tobias Vanderhoop stepped down last week from the job he has held for four years. The tribe provided no information on the search for his replacement.
The Massachusetts two-week deer shotgun season begins one-half hour before sunrise Monday, Nov.
Motorcycle club rides the Vineyard to collect funds for the Red Stocking Fund.