Yearly Archives: 2012

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Oak Bluffs woodworker Robert Gatchell keeps the Campground gingerbread fresh.

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Despite the strong language, formal legal process, criminal penalties, and good intentions, restraining orders may not always do their job.

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Firearms instructors are witnessing an increase in women seeking gun licenses. The reasons vary.

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A man whose only apparent connection to Martha's Vineyard was to sell drugs here, draws a 7- to 8-year sentence for dealing drugs.

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The Tisbury selectmen approved a contract with Barnstable County, to spend up to $150,000 to dredge the Lake Tashmoo inlet channel.

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OpenCape would bring broadband connectivity to Martha's Vineyard, as part of a larger project that will connect all of Cape Cod.

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At the recommendation of police chief Tony Bettencourt, selectmen unanimously agreed to extend closing time an extra half hour, from 1 am to 1:30 am.

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Owner Linda Sibley said the regulatory process has been exhausting.

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Oak Bluffs wastewater plant manager Joe Alosso informed town officials this week that he intends to retire from his position on May 18.

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MVCS executive director Julia Burgess will retire. The Island's umbrella social services agency has begun a search for her replacement.