Yearly Archives: 2012

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Federal rejection of the compact Governor Patrick negotiated with the Mashpee Wampanoags leaves an opening for the Gay Head Tribe.

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Tuesday's Brown Bag Lunch series discusses ways to enlarge the role of arts and culture in the 'creative economy.'

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Public Works director Fred LaPiana said the new stop signs are needed to slow traffic and create a safe path for pedestrians.

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The Tisbury selectmen approved a new mooring transfer policy, amendments to shellfish regulations, and new stop signs following a series of public hearings held Tuesday night.

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The Up-Island Regional School District (UIRSD) school committee approved requests from West Tisbury School principal Michael Halt to spend $10,000 of $15,000 allocated to the school in a research and development fund.

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Edgartown selectmen granted a beer and wine license to Lucky Hank's, a new restaurant at 218 Upper Main Street during their meeting Monday.

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The Red Stocking Fund has provided food and clothing to Island children from birth to eighth grade for decades.

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Designer Lorraine Parish will hold a fashion design workshop where she will teach students to make patterns from their own designs and correctly sew them.

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September 27, 2012 Michael Francis Ayers, Vineyard Haven; DOB 4/9/63, negligent operation of motor vehicle, leaving the scene of property damage: continued to pretrial conference. Eric...

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Caroline Baum has written on central bank policy, the bond market, money, politics and most any aspect of the economy imaginable for over 25 years.