Yearly Archives: 2012

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A legal war looms. The Aquinnah Wampanoag tribe, its Mashpee counterpart, the taxpayers of Gay Head, the MVC, and the state – all may play a role.

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The report notes a dramatic increase in demand for ambulance services over the past four years, as the town's population ages.

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Raising a glass is a long-honored tradition during celebrations and gatherings.

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Island residents are receiving telephone calls from professional telephone solicitors working for Eastern Advertising of Newton asking for donations on behalf of the Tisbury Police Relief Association.

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The Martha's Vineyard Chamber of Commerce and The Martha's Vineyard Times are delighted to announce they have completed a project providing a shared, online calendar of events.

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Agents in Woods Hole have said that travelers carrying notes signed by doctors are abusing the medical emergency policy.

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Ruth Carol Harlow Berman died on October 21, 2011, of congestive heart failure at the home of her son, Steven, in Grants Pass, Oregon.

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On a warm, humid day, family and friends gathered at the West Chop cemetery to bury the ashes of the famed journalist and summer Island resident.

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Ellen Weiss, a retired professor of architecture at Tulane University, is the second subject of the weekly series, Summer People.

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Ms. Maccaferri marked her first year in business. Growth in boy's regulars, a little off the top, and military buzz cuts has been steady.