Yearly Archives: 2013

Flat Point Farm land to be sold – conservation still an...

The conclusion of a purchase and sale agreement for West Tisbury waterfront farmland has triggered interest in preserving the property from development.

Oak Bluffs emergency responders face a confusing numbers game

Chief John Rose said a free program for marking houses would help responders find the right house in an emergency.

Selectmen bid for ownership of Edgartown landmark

The town wants to buy the Edgartown lighthouse from the federal government, to preserve the historic and signature structure.

Vineyard high school athlete not benched by felony charges

A student caught drinking or using drugs loses the privilege to play sports for a specified period of time. Not so for felony charges.

Budget constraints nix high school police officer

Martha's Vineyard High School administrators say costs put a school resource officer on hold, but some police officers question the school's priorities.

Dr. Donald Berwick, seasonal resident, considers run for governor

Mr. Berwick said he planned to spend the next few weeks seeking input from as wide a network as possible.

Housing Trust offers four dwellings

The Island Housing Trust has offered four affordable houses in Vineyard Haven and West Tisbury.

Credit card scammers target Island Tire

Credit card scammers target Island Tire.

Arts & Ideas and The MV Times partner

The publishers of the journal Arts & Ideas and The Martha's Vineyard Times have formed a strategic partnership.

Island performance space The Pit Stop to be sold

For the time being, the events continue. National Accordion champion, Dan Gurney, and his band play January 27. Open mics continue.