Yearly Archives: 2012
Oak Bluffs police took more than two dozen people into custody during a busy weekend, that included a late night brawl.
A Chilmark planning board working group further refined a draft set of regulations intended to rein in the construction of large houses.
Town officials said the shark tournament attracted some unruly visitors and overwhelmed resources. One solution may be a change in dates.
A recent confession has resolved the mystery of former Martha's Vineyard music teacher Stephanie Kupchynsky's disappearance and death.
Town officials said Tuesday they are making progress fixing the financial problems, but auditors said many accounting issues remain unresolved.
The Historical Perspective: To investors in 1898, the concept of extracting gold from seawater was almost too good to be true.
A story published July 19, "Sheriff's Meadow Foundation holds summer gala," reported the last name of the owners of the property where the party was held incorrectly.
The Stone Soup Leadership Institute (SSLI), a nonprofit educational organization founded on Martha's Vineyard in 1997, will hold its third annual Walter Cronkite Awards ceremony on Thursday, August 2, at the Old Whaling Church in Edgartown.
The Island Housing Trust has asked for design and construction bids for two environmentally friendly affordable housing projects on Martha's Vineyard.
Several small businesses on Martha's Vineyard are accepting payments with Square, "the easiest way for anyone, anywhere to take and make card payments on their mobile device," according to a press release.