Yearly Archives: 2012

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The new site not only offers information about the department but also downloadable forms for commonly requested applications.

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Going green in your own yard can mean more than just cultivating a picture-perfect lawn. It can mean helping protect the environment.

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April 17, 2012 Emile M. Rowe, Vineyard Haven; DOB 5/26/82, possession to distribute class B drug: continued to pretrial conference. April 23, 2012 Suene Concucao Menezes, Edgartown;...

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The town hopes to stabilize costs with a long term contract.

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Thimble Farm owner Eric Grubman plans to sell his 37-acre property, following a failed effort by a community coalition of Island conservation, agriculture, and housing group representatives, local farmers, and interested residents to raise money for its purchase.

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A Dukes County grand jury Wednesday indicted David Thrift, 31, of Tisbury, on two charges of solicitation to commit a felony.

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A former Tisbury resident, wanted by Edgartown police on explosives charges, died May 4 in Canada.

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The implementation of Secure Communities will not change how law enforcement on Martha's Vineyard handles arrests, Sheriff Mike McCormack said.

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For the third time in six years, the New England Scholastic Press Association (NESPA) awarded its highest honor, the All-New England Award for Excellence in Scholastic Journalism, to the Martha's Vineyard Regional High School's student newspaper, the High School View, and the talented students who create it.

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The Martha's Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) junior class and guests will kick up their heels on prom night, Saturday, May 12, at the Edgartown Yacht Club from 6-10 pm.