Yearly Archives: 2012
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It's not the same old RMV.
The Dukes County Charter Study Commission failed voters during its 18-month review of county government, between 2006 and 2008.
The dredge advisory committee chairman's resignation followed a confrontational meeting with the other members.
Visual impact and effects on marine life from a proposed offshore wind farm topped Islanders' concerns in a meeting with energy officials.
David Campbell, the only bidder, said he was unaware that the county had signed a contract to repair the courthouse windows.
The Dukes County commissioners have opened the door to making the job of county manager parttime.
A new health insurance plan for many Island town and school employees is expected to reduce overall premiums but requires higher deductibles and co-pays.
Martha's Vineyard schools may see enrollment grow slightly at the high school and level out in the elementary schools in the next five years.
Samuel Mercier, Oak Bluffs; DOB 7/17/87, OUI-liquor or .
New police station is the subject of West Tisbury public forum.
A "For Rent" sign in the window of Vineyard Electronics at 395 State Road in Tisbury should not be interpreted as a going out of business sign, owner Linda Sibley said yesterday.
The Patrick administration has reached a deal with NStar for the purchase of more than a quarter of the power expected to be generated by Cape Wind as part of an agreement to facilitate the merger between the company and Northeast Utilities.
Islanders can expect a few traffic delays on Saturday as more than 400 runners take part in the Martha's Vineyard 20 Miler.
Edgartown selectmen approved a plan to pave a small turnaround area at the Chappaquiddick Beach Club at their Monday meeting.
State and federal authorities continue to issue warnings about online con artists, particularly those who target people seeking jobs in a tough workplace who may be susceptible to an offer too good to be true.
A story published February 9,
Registered dieticians Josh and Prudence (Athearn) Levy of Edgartown are the new owners of Vineyard Nutrition, a nutrition and weight loss counseling practice owned for 24 years by Denise Guest.
The Vineyard Golf Club in Edgartown plans to test man-made frost to eliminate weeds naturally without the use of chemicals or herbicides.
Curves will host its 2nd annual ZUMBATHON® Charity Event for the American Heart Association, "Don't Miss A Beat at Curves!" on from 11 am to 12:30 pm on Monday, February 20.