Yearly Archives: 2012

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Prosecutor and defense attorney recommend the court continue the case.

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Known as "Johnny Seaview," he was a gravelly voiced bartender and bon vivant who travelled with a flower and a chain saw.

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Aquinnah's regulatory authority may be implicated in a decision in the federal lawsuit. The town wants to intervene in order to protect its interests.

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The Vineyard Haven Public Library's board of trustees will give a library patron whose computer privileges were suspended for six months an opportunity to argue for reinstatement when the board next meets on December 19.

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Massachusetts families and small businesses are scheduled to be hit with higher health insurance premiums starting in 2014 when a new federal tax on health plans kicks in, jeopardizing the state's efforts to rein in health care spending, according to a new report and industry leaders.

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The last of three solar canopies should go on-line soon.

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A special Wreaths Across America ceremony to honor veterans nationwide takes place at 10:30 am Friday, at the directory at the Avenue of Flags in the Oak Grove Cemetery in Vineyard Haven.

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Island shoppers will lose the tax-free benefits of online purchases with Amazon.

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Whether on a Facebook page, in a blog or a tweet, the town employees now have clear-cut guidelines about online postings.

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Hunters put a dent in the Martha's Vineyard deer population during the two-week deer shotgun season that ended Saturday, but the final official tally is expected to fall well short of the record 2011 tally.