The mood of ‘The Past’ may be melancholy, but it offers a clear-eyed look at the fallout from family dysfunction.
March 10, 2014 North M. Whitney, Tisbury; DOB 1/15/82, OUI-liquor or .08%: dismissed-other; negligent operation of motor vehicle: dismissed-other; speeding in violation of special regulation: not responsible; possession of open container of alcohol in motor vehicle: not responsible. March 21, 2014 Theodore C. Bennett, Edgartown; DOB 2/22/82, possession to distribute class B drug (Percocet): continued […]
The collapse of the Vineyard Nursing Association (VNA) has not been fully accounted for. It is not enough to say merely, as its leaders have in terse – just the facts – terms that it has closed its doors and that in disappearing it did a good job of protecting its patients and employees from […]
Jill Hansen, president of Hansen Financial MV in Vineyard Haven, a firm specializing in retirement income planning and investment management, announced that Ms. Hansen, a certified financial planner, was named a 2014 Five Star Wealth Manager by Boston Magazine. Award candidates are evaluated against 10 objective criteria to determine the Five Star Wealth Managers in […]
Hannah Beecher and Sandra Alestra have stepped into the void left when the Vineyard Nursing Association closed. The women, former VNA employees and trained technicians, will provide random drug testing that meets the requirements of the Department of Transportation and Coast Guard, beginning on April 1 in the Dukes County Communications Center, at the Martha’s […]
A display board on the front of Coop’s Bait and Tackle in Edgartown currently displays the biggest freshwater fish caught to date among a variety of freshwater species. On Monday, May 26, Coop will put all the names of the species leaders into a hat. One lucky fisherman will walk away with a new Fenwick […]
Edgartown selectmen have approved a request to transfer $10,532 from a Sengekontacket gift account to pay the salaries of workers on the Fuller Street dredge project. Dredge committee chairman Howell Kelly told selectmen the money would be drawn from the so called Sengekontacket gift account, an account set up by town counsel following a 2010 […]
Friday, March 28, the West Tisbury police will move from their old, cramped 1,300 square foot station, perched picturesquely beside the Mill Pond, the department’s home since 1974, to a new, $2.5 million, 5,600 square foot headquarters, at 454 State Road in North Tisbury, behind the Public Safety Building, across State Road from Conroy’s […]
Superintendent of schools James Weiss discussed future enrollment projections for the Up-Island Regional School District (UIRSD) compiled by the New England School Development Council (NESDC), at a school committee meeting Monday at Chilmark School. The projections show small growth overall in the district’s enrollment over the next five years, with a slight increase at West […]
Apathy or satisfaction with the status quo – whatever the cause – voters will find familiar names on town ballots.