Yearly Archives: 2012
The agreement will bring $5 million in state funds.
Martha's Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) principal Steve Nixon gave a detailed explanation of a proposed $17,642,376 fiscal year 2014 budget at an hour-long public hearing held Monday night by the school committee.
Steamship Authority (SSA) members approved a list of capital projects, reviewed reservation timelines, and signed a new food concession contract at their regular monthly meeting on Tuesday, Nov.
A public information meeting hosted by state officials from the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs (EEA) last week provided details about an environmental assessment (EA) of a wind energy area designated in federal waters offshore of Massachusetts.
Funds are now available for income qualified Island homeowners in need of home repairs.
A story published November 21, "Driver in July 4th crash that killed two to be arraigned Nov.
Susan Sanford of Vineyard Complementary Medicine recently completed a 245-hour sports medicine acupuncture certification program.
Private education consultant Kathleen Kendrick, a longtime home owner and new year-round Aquinnah resident, is providing developmental and education evaluation and consultation screening of children for kindergarten and first grade readiness, identification of specific learning disabilities, and follow-up support to Island parents, according to a press release.
A new internet assisted spinning program to begin in January in West Tisbury.