A week and a half after a Toyota smashed through a wall, causing a chain of destruction, the popular fish market is back in business.
Chilmark has opposed dredging. Chilmark officials are worried about the effect on the scallop fishery and the potential for more and larger boats to use the federally designated channel to enter the pond. However, those town concerns were not enough to outweigh the Army Corps mandate.
A couple that paid $9,000 for a lot the conservation group said it owned and then waged a public campaign to build on the land, lost in court.
Insulation, shattered glass, wood framing and vehicle parts littered the floor. The car struck a fiberglass lobster tank weighing thousands of pounds filled with lobsters for the weekend and pushed it into a stainless steel counter, bending the counter. The counter crushed the end of a 12-foot custom fish case and shattered the display glass.
One of the two men was arrested last month, and the other was recently released from the house of correction.
When Vineyard Nursing Association shut its doors, VNA of Cape Cod was not a buyer, but it waited in the wings.
Wild trout, descendents of some of Martha’s Vineyard’s earliest inhabitants, continue to survive.
Choosing a vessel with a capacity of 384 passengers instead of 512 will save $2 million.
Fire investigators have now determined the cause, and don’t believe it was suspicious in nature.
The Division of Marine Fisheries was asked to protect conch and not penalize the best commercial striped bass fishermen