Yearly Archives: 2014
The second installment in an ongoing look at addiction on Martha's Vineyard.
Edgartown selectmen heard and approved animal control officer (ACO) Barbara Prada's quarterly animal report Tuesday.
Catherine Norton, the new Falmouth member, attended the first meeting of the New Year.
The Tisbury selectmen will hold a public discussion Tuesday on a proposed new design for the town's Water Street parking lot, which is bordered by Stop & Shop and the police station.
The Edgartown Library Foundation has raised more than $450,000 in donations since 2006.
For many, changes in the healthcare law have been a prescription for confusion and concern.
Effective July 1, school districts must pay for alternative education services for students suspended or expelled long-term.
The Martha's Vineyard Commission will review the company's latest offers at the project's sixth public hearing held at the Tisbury Senior Center.
Digital media can provide a cost effective tool to build consensus.
A spokeswoman for the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs declined comment, deferring to the attorney general's office.
A news brief published January 16, "Driver fails to stop and hits stone wall," incorrectly described the sequence of events after the driver of a 2001 Suzuki Esteem failed to stop at the stop sign.
Brian Nelson of Nelson Mechanical Design (NMD) in Edgartown has been chosen to be one of the "FAB FIVE" speakers at the 2014 Mechanical...
At the Island Bridge Club in West Tisbury on January 16, eight pairs completed.
Turns out eight-week old German Shepherds are cute, but not at all cooperative.
First place went to Thorpe Karabees, Andrew Ruimerman, and Willow Wunsch (36.
Jim Wallen is off in Bali right now.
Some sad losses for West Tisbury with the passing of David Franklin, Sonny Jackson, and Jonathan Revere.
Anticoagulant rodenticides are tricky: People mistakenly think that because the dog looks fine at first, they will continue to be fine.