Monthly Archives: April 2010
The federal Department of the Interior has approved the Cape Wind renewable energy project destined for Horseshoe Shoal in Nantucket Sound.
Christopher Francis reported on April 21 that an unleashed pit bull bit him on the right calf while he was in his backyard on Martin Road, a few blocks from Tisbury School.
April 16, Terry Ann Morse sold 43 State Rd.
"Furthermore, the public has a legitimate interest in scrutinizing the conduct of its elected officials, which in this instance, outweighs any individual privacy interest that may exist.
Oak Bluffs and State Police arrested Eugene Casey, 27, of Boston, Friday evening on cocaine charges.
The MVRHS softball team was shut out, 5-0, by Bishop Feehan at Attleboro, Monday.
The MV girls Youth Lacrosse Under-15 team has won its first three games of the season beginning with a 12-2 thrashing of Falmouth, and continuing at Weymouth where the Islanders were led by Molly Wallace's five — count 'em — five goals.
In an obituary published in the April 22 issue of The Times, Dr.
The MVRHS varsity baseball team lost its game to Norwell at the Westwood Tourney a week ago Wednesday, 5-3.
The Vineyard FC Masters soccer team hosted its first home game ever in the New England Over The Hill Soccer League, Sunday, as Needham, the league's leading team visited Tisbury's Veterans Memorial Park.
Sandwich visited Thursday for a boys lacrosse game and made it as close as anyone could ask but the Blue Knights sailed away on the short end of a 5-4 score.
A young illiterate prisoner watches and learns as he climbs to the top of a Corsican prison gang in a French prison.
Tisbury's town election stimulated voters.
Over the past week, I made a number of calls to town residents urging them to vote in the coming election and asking them to support my favorite candidate.
Trevor Bryn, 18, of Bethel, Conn.
Currently working in the field of addiction, I have to say that arresting, detaining, and railroading the traffickers are only small measures toward resolving this area's critical epidemic.
In April 2007, a one-two punch of storm-driven ocean waves and powerful spring tides knocked open a cut in Norton Point Beach, the two-mile long barrier beach that had linked Katama to Chappaquiddick.
Chilmark voters were not at all troubled Monday evening by their $6.
Tisbury agreed to allow restaurants to serve beer and wine.