Yearly Archives: 2012
Two Vineyarders living in New York City have launched thebookscore.net, a website that rates books.
Manny Gulino knew it was a big fish. He did not know how big.
A story published July 19, "Edgartown Art Gallery gains new manager," incorrectly reported the gallery represents plein air painter Marjorie Mason.
A young man from Pennsylvania said fatigue caused him to slam into a tree off Edgartown-West Tisbury Road Saturday afternoon.
A signpost on Main Street in Vineyard Haven led to unintended consequences last week for Peter and Ronni Simon, owners of the Simon Gallery at 54 Main Street.
Edgartown selectmen suspended the retail alcohol license of Sophia's One Stop Mart for ten days, after a hearing in which police outlined the store's fourth violation in two years for selling alcohol to minors.
Work crews worked to repair a drain cover on State Road Tuesday adjacent to the Five Corners intersection.
With the rain came a relatively calm weekend for the Oak Bluffs Police Department, though not without incident.
West Tisbury police last week arrested an Edgartown man on weapons charges following what police described as a "drug deal gone bad.
Kelleher Real Estate has five positions in a newly created program designed to help young adults over 18, both college graduates and those who chose not to pursue a higher education, become referral agents at Kelleher.