Monthly Archives: March 2011
AMENDMENTS: A voter may offer an amendment to a main motion under consideration, providing the scope of the original motion is not enlarged or otherwise altered.
The February 22 arrest of a Middleboro man by Middleboro police on child sex-abuse charges is linked to an arraignment that took place Friday in Edgartown District Court.
The second annual Promising Young Poets of Martha's Vineyard have been named, and all will read their poems April 6, at 4 pm, at Featherstone.
Annual meeting: Tuesday, May 10, 7 pm.
Despite the sometimes-uncooperative weather, spring is undoubtedly on the way. And with it comes the re-opening of some seasonal favorites.
The Edgartown Council on Aging (ECOA) announced that Paul Mohair has been named administrator.
Last Saturday, March 26, there was a benefit party for
The family and friends of John L.
Jo-Ann Cargill Ewing died on March 18, 2011 at the Martha's Vineyard Hospital after battling bone marrow failure for more than a year.
If experience is any guide and as the chart that accompanies this story shows, only a small percentage of voters will decide how to spend more than $96 million.
In the name of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts you are hereby directed to notify and warn the inhabitants of West Tisbury qualified to vote in elections and in Town affairs to meet in the West Tisbury Elementary School, Old County Road, in said Town on Tuesday the Twelfth day of April, Two Thousand Eleven, at Seven O'Clock in the evening; then and there to act on the articles of this Warrant.
Tisbury's proposed fiscal year 2012 (FY12) operating budget of $20,451,676 is up by 1.
Sci-fi mind-control thriller heavy on romance.
Nancy Brumley died March 10, 2011, in Vineyard Haven of complications from dementia.
County of Dukes, ss.
On Saturday evening, March 26, Wave Lengths Salon in Edgartown hosted a Girl's Night Out party where women learned how to use a variety of styling tools and make-up, and enjoyed refreshments.