Monthly Archives: September 2011
Edgartown selectmen went back to square one Monday in the effort to get five special ways declared a district of critical planning concern by the Martha's Vineyard Commission (MVC).
Oak Bluffs residents connected to the town water system may see discolored water when the town begins flushing water mains on October 17 to remove sediment in the water mains.
Inspiration from a Charter School teacher led to a scholarship for former Martha's Vineyard Public Charter School student and assistant teacher Ruth Guilford.
An Air Force sergeant is due in court to answer questions about a brutal fight that left him seriously injured.
Sometimes the value of a fishing rod is not measured by its cost. Sunday morning Maryanne Angelone lost something very valuable.
Bob Whritenour has quickly won over influential supporters in his first three weeks on the job.
The federal Department of Homeland Security funded the vessel through a $265,306 grant. It was designed with firefighting capabilities.
"It's a daily grind for sure. There's no such thing as a weekend, no such thing as a holiday ... Tough fighting and you've got great people doing it."
Almost at the halfway point several fishermen remain at the top of the leader board.
David Lee Millen, Vineyard Haven; DOB 11/6/93, use of motor vehicle without authority: continued without finding for six months, must pay $50 VW and $50 PSF; unlicensed operation of motor vehicle: continued without finding for six months; motor vehicle lights violation: not responsible.
The MVC concluded a public hearing last week on the regional impact of a roundabout proposed for the Oak Bluffs blinker intersection.
Dorothy Katherine (Lagan) Rohrer of Simsbury, Connecticut and Oak Bluffs died on September 18, a dozen days before her 100th birthday.
Thanks to the existence of 2 residency programs operating on the Vineyard, you have the chance to hear some of the country's up-and-coming writers.
Vineyarders love a down-home outdoor celebration and the annual Harvest Festival Friday and Saturday, Sept. 30 and Oct. 1, is one of the best.
Football season is upon us and if your man cave is non-existent, here are a few establishments where you can eat, drink, and cheer for your team.
Registration for the October 15, all-day Psychic Symposium at the Chilmark Community Center closes on Saturday, Oct.
Chefs Josh Aronie and Max Eagan share their recipes.
Circuit Avenue was having a grumpy day last Saturday, but that changed in a heartbeat as harmonic singing exploded from the deck of Ben and Bill's
A chilling medical thriller about a global pandemic that starts innocently enough with Beth (Gwyneth Paltrow), feeling ill after returning from a business meeting in Hong Kong.