Yearly Archives: 2012
Oak Bluffs woodworker Robert Gatchell keeps the Campground gingerbread fresh.
Despite the strong language, formal legal process, criminal penalties, and good intentions, restraining orders may not always do their job.
Firearms instructors are witnessing an increase in women seeking gun licenses. The reasons vary.
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.
The Tisbury selectmen approved a contract with Barnstable County, to spend up to $150,000 to dredge the Lake Tashmoo inlet channel.
OpenCape would bring broadband connectivity to Martha's Vineyard, as part of a larger project that will connect all of Cape Cod.
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.
Owner Linda Sibley said the regulatory process has been exhausting.
Oak Bluffs wastewater plant manager Joe Alosso informed town officials this week that he intends to retire from his position on May 18.
MVCS executive director Julia Burgess will retire. The Island's umbrella social services agency has begun a search for her replacement.