Mass Senate energy bill tackles high costs

Legislation aimed at tackling the drivers of high energy costs in Massachusetts unveiled Monday by state senators closely mirror a bill released last week opening up long-term renewable energy contracts to competitive bidding and more than doubling the amount of renewables required to be purchased by utilities.

Martha’s Vineyard District court report

March 19, 2012 Harrison Grant Meacham, Oak Bluffs; DOB 1/22/93, keeping a noisy and disorderly house, selling/delivering liquor to person under 21: continued to pretrial conference. Thomas L. Wearing, Middletown, CT; DOB 1/31/78, unlicensed operation of motor vehicle: to be dismissed upon completion of eight hours of community service; failure to stop/yield: responsible, must pay […]