Yearly Archives: 2012
Prosecutor and defense attorney recommend the court continue the case.
Known as "Johnny Seaview," he was a gravelly voiced bartender and bon vivant who travelled with a flower and a chain saw.
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.
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.
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.
The last of three solar canopies should go on-line soon.
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.
Island shoppers will lose the tax-free benefits of online purchases with Amazon.
Whether on a Facebook page, in a blog or a tweet, the town employees now have clear-cut guidelines about online postings.
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.