Yearly Archives: 2012

Aquinnah police receive grant to provide child safe car seats

The Aquinnah Police Department has been awarded a $1,500 grant to purchase child safety seats for free distribution to parents and caregivers in need

Oak Bluffs police meet accreditation standards

Police Chief Erik Blake says meeting the standards is a source of pride for the department.

Oak Bluffs building inspectors will field questions

If you have a question about smoke detectors, heat detectors, or carbon monoxide detectors, Oak Bluffs building inspectors and firefighters have answers.

Edgartown selectmen waste no time

Edgartown selectmen may have set a new record for brevity at their Monday meeting.

Vineyard Haven Public Library improves computer use

The Vineyard Haven Public Library (VHPL) will close on Wednesday, May 16, to install software and train staff for a new system to manage the facility's public computers and printing.

Island Food Pantry reports fewer families visited, but more often

The annual report of the Island Food Pantry shows steady activity for fiscal year.

Citizens United critics will honor Island reps

Island selectmen, county commissioners, and Island voters will gather to recognize state Sen.


An event listing in the May 3 issue of The Times listed two topics for the Vineyard Gardens Weekly Garden Lecture Series incorrectly.

Business Brief: Curves will give away 30-day memberships

Curves of Martha's Vineyard will give a free 30-day membership to any non-member who visits the club throughout National Women's Health Week, May 13 to 19.