Yearly Archives: 2012

Lagoon Drawbridge design details due at committee meeting

It's the little things that make a big impact in design of the permanent drawbridge.

Oak Bluffs selectmen interview candidates for town administrator

Selectmen work through the search process, but how hard are they really looking?

U.S. Postal Service hikes rates, box rental fees

The Oak Bluffs postmaster notified box holders about the upcoming increases in a letter that did not include rates, because he had no information yet.

Martha’s Vineyard fire hydrants: water, water, not everywhere

How do firefighters find a hydrant in the first few minutes of battling a fire? Is the way they do it now the best way to protect lives and property?

Mill Pond in West Tisbury is the focus of environmental concerns

This Saturday's presentation by Michael Hopper, president of the Sea Run Brook Trout Coalition, was rescheduled to January 28 due to illness.

School lunch program start-up a challenge at West Tisbury School

Plans for kitchen renovations and a new food service program at West Tisbury School present challenges for the Up-Island Regional School District.

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Adult Community Education MV begins winter/spring classes

Adult and Community Education of Martha's Vineyard (ACE MV) is offering an expanded catalog of over 60 classes this winter and spring.

Centenarian Gert Knowlton says act young and stay young

Mrs. Knowlton was born in 1912 – the year that the Titanic sank and Fenway Park was erected.