Monthly Archives: October 2011
Edgartown will experiment with adjustments in the Chappy ferry waiting line starting later this month.
Tisbury Water Works customers with delinquent accounts face water shut-offs if bills are not paid in full by October 14.
Revision of an error made by a testing contractor resulted in higher scores than initially reported for students at Martha's Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) on 2011 Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System (MCAS) exams.
As the Derby heads into the homestretch, fishermen can be expected to redouble their efforts.
Coast Guardsman Scott Maccaferri loves the water, fishing and working with his hands. His handmade lures move as naturally as his life.
The town of Chilmark has turned to webinars offered by the Massachusetts Interlocal Insurance Association (MIIA), its insurance provider, to train employees and save time and money in the process.
Janet Napolitano's comments put her directly at odds with Gov. Deval Patrick on a federal program that identifies illegal immigrants.
As summer gives way to fall and leaves start to change, so do some downtown Vineyard Haven businesses.
Five possible sites named in preliminary studies for siting a cell tower on town-owned land on Chappaquiddick.
In a small school such as Chilmark's, a few low MCAS scores can make a big difference in overall results.
Voters rejected a plan to spend more than $500,000 on a deteriorating town-owned farm house. Selectmen will now consider the options.
The Coast Guard presented a first look at plans for a new Menemsha boathouse. Chilmark selectmen said it is too big.
The Tisbury selectmen's discussion about shared animal control services with Oak Bluffs raised strong objections from animal control officer Laurie Clements.
Under a state order to halt clearing, Goodale's is approaching the time when mining sand and gravel must stop, unless more land is cleared.
The look of Living Local
Michael Hunter of the eclectic PIKNIK Art & Apparel on Dukes County Avenue in Oak Bluffs has decided to push the boundaries and pop-up in Boston.
Artist Allen Whiting reflects on the season, his paintings, and his life.
Art at the Vineyard Haven Library, Washington Ledesma Gallery, Chilmark Library, M.V. Museum, North Water Gallery.