Yearly Archives: 2013
Theodore Wolf of East Falmouth died on March 12, 2013 after a courageous battle with brain cancer.
Police seized 14 grams of heroin, illegal prescription narcotics, and cash from a house in West Tisbury.
Nursing home employees plan to vote Monday on the terms of a new contract, following an agreement between union leaders and management.
Mollee Lewis and Julie Lively won their first round match, lost the second and won the third, at the 2013 BNP Paribas Open Tri-Level Championships.
The free Friday night party from 5 to 6 pm will include photos and speeches by the coaches and kids. Everyone is invited.
Concerns about truck traffic prompted revisions to a complex engineering plan, to save the Schifter house on Wasque Point from the ocean.
The fourth meteorological assault of the fall and winter season clobbered Martha's Vineyard.
Selectmen predict a spirited debate on several spending decisions voters must make.
An undersea cable and Oak Bluffs Harbor fuel facility are on tonight's Martha's Vineyard Commission agenda. Stop and Shop's plan waits in the wings.
Already racing time and tide, a Chappaquiddick homeowner now faces a review by the Martha's Vineyard Commission before he can move his house.
Preparations are underway for the start of construction on the Oak Bluffs roundabout. Significant progress is expected by Memorial day.
County officials are revising their budget after an independent audit they have refused to make public undermined their calculations.
The partnership between Martha's Vineyard Hospital and MGH will provide treatment benefits for Island patients.
A financial planning seminar for families with children with special needs scheduled for 1 pm, Saturday at the Edgartown School has been postponed.
Unionized nursing home employees will take their case to the public Monday afternoon. Contract sticking points include wages and work rules.
Oak Bluffs police arrested two men in connection with a bar fight early Sunday morning between two pairs of men in which one of the assailants pulled out a knife and the other man attempted to choke his victim.
Edgartown selectmen Monday asked the owners of the Atlantic Fish and Chop House located at the foot of Main Street to mitigate summer time noise.
For Islanders weary of winter, there is nothing like a DQ Blizzard.
Alex Goethals, our faithful, annual correspondent from Lambert's Cove, reports that pinkletinks began singing their spring tunes near his West Tisbury house Sunday morning, March 10.
Towns may declare moratoriums to study zoning implications, but outright bans are not allowed.