Judge Chin granted the airport commission a preliminary injunction on all counts, but allowed the county’s lawsuit to go forward.
Mr. Miranda was arrested for driving without a license and other offenses, four times in five months, most recently last Sunday.
A close examination of the history of a repeat offender highlights a system of calibrated justice.
A town study committee recommended raising fees to cover maintenance and other costs for use of the popular town owned facility.
Juvenile probation officer Shawn Schofield, described as an invaluable resource for Island kids, now spends less time here.
A Dukes County Superior Court questioned several of the airport commission’s claims, and is now considering his decision.
The 52 mile circumnavigation of Martha’s Vineyard proved to be a stiff test of seamanship in fickle winds and adverse tides.
Jim Swartz, campaigning his IRC 52 Vesper out of the Edgartown Yacht Club, dominated racing in two days of buoy racing, then finished a close second in the ‘Round the Island Race.
The Massachusetts Department of Transportation (DOT) is planning a complete overhaul of a congested section of an important Martha’s Vineyard transportation artery over the next several years. MassDOT plans to add sidewalks and bike lanes to a section of Beach Road in Vineyard Haven, from the Wind’s Up watersports shop to Five Corners. While any […]
The annual Edgartown Yacht Club race week regatta will feature buoy racing in Nantucket Sound, and the challenging ‘Round the Island race.