Yearly Archives: 2013
A report of a break-in led police to the house where the suspect protested that a new state law allowed him to grow marijuana for medical use.
The museum will use the $294,000 to create comprehensive, web searchable aids for its archival collections.
The Vineyarders led 3-1 and 4-3 but couldn't hold on for the win in an Eastern Athletic Conference matchup Wednesday at the M.V. Arena.
Aubrey Ashmun scored twice and Kassidy Bettencourt once as the Vineyarders picked up two crucial points in the push for the playoffs.
Maggie Riseborough, Jenny Lindland, and Katie Stewart paced the Vineyard attack in a tough, physical 58-44 league win over the Lady Raiders.
The options include dredging, weed maintenance, and removal of the historic dam.
There will be an open forum Monday, February 4 to discuss support of Senator Diane Feinstein's gun control bill that would regulate assault weapons, require universal background checks and place a limit on magazine capacity.
A hard working woman and not at all retiring, she ran a bay scallop processing business before becoming a force in Oak Bluffs civic and political life.
Mansion House fitness director Brenda Wallis will attend the ECA World Fitness Conference in New York City on February 7 to learn about current fitness trends, new exercises, equipment and the latest industry news, according to a press release.
The psychologist, who specializes in working with young people, said it is an unnecessary punishment.
The 15-year-old sophomore, excluded for smoking marijuana, is not eligible to re-enter the high school until Sept. 5, 2013.
After nearly two years of negotiation, selectmen say they agree the contract is the best deal available.
The three finalists all have administrative experience and a fondness for the Vineyard.
Mobile phone carriers have shown no interest in providing wireless service to the remote island through a distributed antennae system.
Mitefea Kelly, described as a drug courier from the Hollis neighborhood of Queens, New York, was carrying 270 grams of cocaine when arrested.
A Dukes County Superior Court grand jury, meeting on Tuesday, January 29, indicted John J.
Oak Bluffs firefighters and Steamship Authority personnel responded to an alarm at the Oak Bluffs terminal late Tuesday evening where they found a malfunctioning sprinkler system and a leaking pipe.
Sylvia Lee (Day) Weiss of Oak Bluffs died on Monday evening, January 28, after a short illness.