The National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) is reaching out to residents of Martha’s Vineyard, Nantucket and North shore communities for help reporting stranded and injured marine mammals, NOAA spokeswoman Maggie Mooney-Seus said in a press release Monday. The primary species at risk of stranding on the Island are seals. NOAA turned to individuals following […]
People have been talking a lot about the state of downtown…We’re just catching O.B. at a bad moment. It’s going to come back. It already is. We’re in it for the long term.
April 4, 2014 Kurt Tesch, Vineyard Haven; DOB 3/21/59, lewd, wanton & lascivious conduct, accosting/annoying person of opposite sex: continued to pretrial conference. April 11, 2014 Michael Francis Ayers, Vineyard Haven; DOB 4/9/63, operating motor vehicle with suspended license, failure to stop/yield: continued to pretrial conference. Scott A. Chase, Vineyard Haven; DOB 5/1/90, OUI-liquor or […]
Islanders turned out Tuesday to voice tourism concerns to state lawmakers at a public forum on Tuesday.
Abbe Burt has opened her own real estate firm, Burt Real Estate, located at her home, 42 Skiff Avenue, Vineyard Haven. Ms. Burt began her real estate career at Cronig’s Real Estate in 1977 and obtained her broker’s license in 1980. Most recently she worked through Lighthouse Properties. Ms. Burt specializes in residential properties Island-wide […]
When police responded to a home on Dreamer’s Way, they found three very intoxicated people, including one man suffering from a significant knife wound.
Edgartown selectmen Monday agreed to extend a liquor license held by the restaurant Eleven North Water. The license expired April 13, but selectmen voted to extend it to April 28. Property owner John Roberts said he is negotiating with two groups, and expects to make a decision on which group will manage the restaurant within […]
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.
There, in the tidal flats, she found the hull of the Islander lying among dozens of other ship carcasses. The hull and the freight deck appear in intact, along with a small portion of the vessel’s central support structure, but the rest of the ferry is gone.
Chilmark April 1, Brian R. Kenney, trustee of Trust for the Benefit of Elizabeth Blair Kenney and the Trust for the Benefit of Kristen Brock Kenney, sold 20 Crick Hill Rd. to Frank V. Sica for $1,250,000. April 2, Martha Flanders and Steven B. Flanders, trustees of Lorna T. Flanders Realty Trust, sold 26 Harbor […]