Yearly Archives: 2012
In a contentious meeting of the dredge advisory committee, the dredge foreman objected to new procedures intended to provide oversight.
Police and fire investigators suspect arson was the cause of a fire that broke out in a vacant house at 4 am, February 18 in Dodger's Hole.
Ultimately the decision to cancel a trip is left up to the ferry captain's judgment. They are ultimately responsible.
Dukes County commissioners decide they want to expand, not reduce, the role of county manager.
An unexpected revision in the Dukes County budget will reduce the amount towns are assessed to fund county government.
The roads need work, and money is relatively cheap now, but $2.67 million is still a lot for West Tisbury to raise right now.
A Vineyard native, Ms. Zadeh's innate talent has catapulted her from a shy little girl to a young woman who works with big stars.
Island dance troupe to perform at the Hebrew Center's Arts Festival.
Good Taste columnist recently had the opportunity to sit down with Mr. Sauer and ask him five questions about cooking and eating.
Stores include Little Leona's, CB Stark, and Trader Fred's.
Jean Metcalf Chapman, 93, of Auburn, N.
Perhaps you've all heard that the presidential primaries are taking place in your towns.
The Vineyard Haven harbormaster has established a private mooring transfer policy without any discussion and review by the harbor committees or the selectmen.
I wear many hats at the Martha's Vineyard Hospital: board trustee and officer, chairman of the ethics committee, occasional outpatient and patron of the outstanding cafeteria, EMT, and recently, an inpatient.
On Saturday, February 25, my family and I made a reservation for the 9:30 am boat.
The letters about removing the dam at the West Tisbury Mill Pond as a way to re-introduce ocean trout raise some questions in my mind.
It is necessary to correct and respond to several items mentioned in Anna Alley's letter to the editor published February 23, entitled
I met Julian [Robinson] many moons ago.
To many of you, broadly and deeply acquainted with such anomalies, it will not be a surprise to learn that Henry David Thoreau, he of the Walden Pond hermitage, was not only a naturalist but a peculiarly anarchical exponent of civil disobedience, in the traditions of Gandhi, King, the Tea Party, and the Occupy folks, but really in a tradition all his own.
You may recall a review of the record of