Yearly Archives: 2012
Alexis Condon finished first and her twin sister Mackenzie second in a 17-round spelling bee at Edgartown School on February 23.
Sherry Linthicum Winnette, a teacher and conservationist who was an Island resident for the latter part of her career, died on February 12 at the age of 59.
The owners of two Akitas will pay all boarding costs and compensate their neighbor for lost livestock but asked the town to waive its legal fees.
After a long wait, Tisbury's fire, ambulance and emergency management departments anticipate a move to the new emergency services facility in about five weeks.
From burritos to clam chowder to croissants, new eateries are due to open soon that bring the promise of more menu choices to entice hungry shoppers.
The arrest of Adalberto Pires took some unusual twists and turns through the justice system.
How Adalberto Pires got to America, and how he hopes to leave.
Chilmark selectmen have again reviewed the lease for the Tea Lane farmhouse.
The Center for Living has no permanent home. A county sponsored plan to build one wouldn't be big enough for the agency's needs.
Oak Bluffs selectmen Tuesday approved a request from NSTAR to install two new utility poles, and move four others, to accommodate the new road layout for the roundabout project at the intersection of Barnes Road and Edgartown-Vineyard Haven Road.
It was apparent at a meeting of the Lagoon Pond Drawbridge Committee yesterday that the devil is in the details.
A new secure drop box allows people to safely dispose of unwanted or expired prescription medications.
Seven Republican candidates are on the March 6 primary ballot.
Don Muckerheide will waste no time opening Oak Bluffs's newest music venue.
Martha's Vineyard joins 47 other Municipalities in Massachusetts to participate in Mass in Motion Municipal Wellness and Leadership Program.
MV Agricultural Society begins fund raising drive to help pay off new land purchase.
The Martha's Vineyard Detachment of the Coast Guard Auxiliary will offer a 10-week Boating Skills and Seamanship (BS&S) course.
Mass Wildlife will sponsor a free hunter education class in April.