We are getting good feedback on how everything on Circuit Ave. is being dressed up, and I am hoping you can also give me an update on your plans for the Island theater. It still looks as awful as it has for years!
Construction will be limited to four days a week until September 1.
Citing sparse attendance at the Tuesday morning hearing, the board of health agreed to schedule an evening hearing.
There’s no rehabilitation on this Island. It’s ridiculous that someone has to go to Falmouth to be evaluated. Addiction is a huge problem here. I see how frustrating it is for the addicts and the families of addicts. New Paths and Vineyard House do good work, but they’re just putting a finger in the dike.”
Per advice of town counsel, the board will allow Roger Wey and his attorney time to deliberate their options.
An Oak Bluffs barber shop gets a new look but stays true to its old-school roots.
Police said Benjamin Knight intentionally drove his Toyota pickup truck into the harbor. Quick action by the assistant harbormaster saved the day.
The only box turtle in captivity on the Island is at Felix Neck…It’s been there 40 years. We had to book the turtle through Susan Bellincampi, and it had a pretty busy schedule.
On Tuesday night, Oak Bluffs selectmen excused themselves from a standing room only crowd at the library meeting room to meet with suspended Council on Aging (COA) director Roger Wey and attorney Paul Merry in executive session to determine the fate of Mr. Wey, who has been on paid administrative leave for the past three […]
In a marathon session Tuesday, Oak Bluffs selectmen received a middling report card on town finances and fielded citizen ire over the condition of the sand at Inkwell beach. James Sullivan, CPA from the accounting firm Powers and Sullivan, presented the selectmen with an auditor’s report for fiscal year 2013 (FY 13) which began July […]