Yearly Archives: 2012
The barge, which looked very much like an oil drilling rig, prompted many questions from Island residents.
Brooks Carroll is hoping it was a good Samaritan, and not a thief, that took his rowing dinghy.
Officers Maria Williams and Curtis Chandler of the Aquinnah Police Department received training at an Emergency Vehicle Operation Course (EVOC) held October 10-11, at the U.
The Martha's Vineyard Detachment of the Coast Guard Auxiliary will offer a two-week GPS for mariners course beginning Wednesday, November 28, 2012.
The grand hotel plans to ring in the New Year with a bang, after a successful fireworks celebration last year.
Annual grants go to MV Center for living among others.
Oak Bluffs' Veterans Day parade is one of 62 regional observations officially designated nationwide by the Veterans Day National Committee.
The commission is near the end of its biennial review of its trigger thresholds and might add big house proposals to the list.
The second stage of the Vineyard Power Cooperative's (VP) solar canopy project at Cronig's Vineyard Haven supermarket is well under way.
With his contract cut short and his duties as town administrator reduced to an advisory role, Mr. Bugbee remains a town employee until December 31.
Tonight: Voters will decide whether to spend $250,000 on long-deferred maintenance to town buildings. Read all the warrant articles here.
The key to successfully regulating big houses in small, immensely valuable Chilmark may be to fold rules into districts of critical planning concern.
In response to The Youth Task Force full page ad in the November 1 MV Times.
After my recent return to Chiang Mai in Thailand, after spending time on the Vineyard and casting my vote there without really being inspired by politics, a friend gave me a couple of issues of City Live magazine – Chiang Mai.
The "Historical Perspectives" column in the October 25 issue of this newspaper describes the Edgartown Lyceum, a forum for debates on Island and national issues in the mid-1800s.
In the October 24 issue of The Times, we learned that the SSA is going to impose another increase in charges.
Martha's Vineyard is a unique and beautiful place to live and work, which attracts people from all over the world.
I enjoyed reading your piece on our late Governor Frank Sargent [At Large: Who me?, November 1].
The recent death of 98-year-old Bob Hughes of Oak Bluffs, former postmaster and school teacher, closes a chapter on a crusty character who could recall the last heath hen and the invention of basketball.
On behalf of the Friends of Tim Fullin Fundraiser committee, thank you all for the outpouring of support on Saturday, November 3.