Principal Stephen Nixon points to students’ successes as evidence of the quality education that Island taxpayers fund.
The caption of a photograph published February 27, with “The late Geoff Pease wielded a beautiful brush,” incorrectly reported that Joshua Robinson-White won an award at the Ag Fair for that photo. A different photo of Geoff Pease skateboarding, by Mr. Robinson-White, won the award.
In December 2009, the state Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs (EEA) issued the Commonwealth’s first Massachusetts Ocean Management Plan. The release of the plan was the culmination of an intensive planning process launched in May 2008, with the signing of the Oceans Act by Governor Deval Patrick. The plan provides protection for critical […]
A Veterans Administration (VA) physician and a public contact advocate will be at Martha’s Vineyard Hospital next week to assist Island veterans. Dr. Monty VanBeber will see veterans who receive their health care through the VA by appointment on March 11 and 12. Dr. VanBeber is the Associate Chief of Staff for Community-Based Outpatient Clinics […]
Twelve Martha’s Vineyard students won prizes at Falmouth Academy’s 26th annual science held February 13. More than 170 students in grades 7 – 12 presented projects to volunteer judges pulled primarily from Woods Hole and Falmouth scientific and engineering communities. The judges based their choices on the students’ research and data as well as their […]
Nelia Decker and Beth Kramer, brimming with excitement, have issued an invitation. “It may be hard to believe but the new library is almost finished. You are warmly invited to attend our grand opening celebration Saturday, March 22, from 10-5 pm. “Behold the majestic skylights. Marvel at the purple shelves and chartreuse kitchen cabinets. Gaze […]
Police responding to a domestic disturbance early Wednesday morning found a stockpile of weapons and an explosive device.
February 20, 2014 Melissa Neuner, Edgartown; 008 8/2/72, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon: continued to pretrial conference. February 27, 2014 William F. Lawson, Oak Bluffs; DOB 7/18/52, operating motor vehicle with suspended license: to be dismissed upon payment of $100 court cost and the completion of eight hours of community service. Christine Mahoney, […]
The town wants to charge more for services it provides, but the event organizer said no deal.
The land use planning committee met Monday and voted to endorse the plan. Now it goes to the full committee for a decision.