Yearly Archives: 2012

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A move to consolidate operations has left the longtime West Tisbury bridge tender, who held the job for 30 years, very disappointed.

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A eulogy for P.G. Harris of Chilmark and call-to-arms to save one of the earliest portrayals of life on Martha's Vineyard.

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Paul Falvey is the new President and CEO of Martha's Vineyard Savings Bank. He replaces Chris Wells who resigned suddenly last May.

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Media representatives gathered for a panel discussion about presenting and promoting local arts and culture.

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The debates covered a multitude of topics, from the philosophy of man, to the rights of women, to the building of a new Edgartown schoolhouse.

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The informal morning swim group objects to the use of its name and images in a new company's branding.

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Committee chairman Susan Mercier said Mr. Weiss has done a phenomenal job and she was thrilled to extend the contract for two more years.

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William Street in Vineyard Haven, from Spring Street to Woodlawn Avenue, will be closed by the Tisbury Police Department to motor vehicle traffic, from 6 to 9 pm on Wednesday, October 31.

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An Oak Bluffs woman who was alerted by her dog that someone might be in her basement confronted an intruder in her house off Syracuse Avenue at about 2 pm on Friday, October 19.

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State regulators set nitrogen loading targets that will require action from the town.