Monthly Archives: June 2010
The Oak Bluffs conservation commission is considering legal action, after several men cut down a large section of reeds and other plants at the corner of Sunset Lake, across the street from a new home.
The news brief "Island Dems attend convention," in the June 10 issue of The Times, incorrectly identified Tom Hallahan as the ex-officio Dukes County Commission delegate.
Martha's Vineyard Hospital is preparing for a "baby bump.
"I think my dad's love of fishing started when he was little and a family friend would take him fishing at all hours of the day and night.
In the first quarter of the year, passenger and vehicle traffic was up slightly on the Vineyard route and down slightly on the Nantucket route, Steamship Authority (SSA) management reported to boatline members Tuesday.
The Cape Wind deal to sell the electric power that the planned Nantucket Sound wind farm may one day produce will certainly cost electricity end-users more than conventionally produced power.
The Martha's Vineyard Land Bank Tuesday announced it has purchased a 27-acre property in West Tisbury, between State and Old Courthouse roads.
A few scarves fluttered in the breeze without a flap, clouds, no doubt lined in purple and white held back their rain, and Martha's Vineyard Regional High School's fifty-first commencement exercises for the class of 2010 took place Sunday with a mix of solemn ceremony and joyous celebration.
There will be a graveside service for Jared Paul Mayhew on Friday, June 25, at 2 pm at the West Tisbury Village Cemetery on State Road.
Juneteenth, the oldest nationally celebrated commemoration of the ending of slavery in the U.
Tonight is the 25th annual Taste of the Vineyard Gourmet Stroll, the highly anticipated, always sold-out fundraiser for the Martha's Vineyard Preservation Trust.
It's the 80s television show back to haunt us — all the quirky characters, schtick, slam-bam action, and absolutely no suspense as the Special Forces group proves they were framed in Iraq.
It's graduation season — with ceremonies for eighth-graders at the Edgartown, Oak Bluffs, Tisbury, West Tisbury, and Charter Schools.
Oak Bluffs merchants are greeting the first stirrings of the summer rush with the usual mix of optimism and caution, keeping one eye on the cash register and one eye on the weather.
is the osprey nest on the lights.
A bright light in the Vineyard landscape stopped glowing when Paula Black died at home in the early morning of October 12, 2009.
Aquinnah will hold a special town meeting Tuesday to clean up accounts, refine the definition of fulltime employees, and take action on revisions to zoning bylaws designed to protect residents against floods.
Last week in this space, I suggested that expansion of what is today a modest use of cooperative or regionalized services will be, as it has shown itself over decades to be, difficult.