Monthly Archives: March 2012
MV Florist and Gifts celebrated the grand opening of its new retail space at 12 Mariner's Way, adjacent to the Edgartown Post Office and shopping center, on Saturday, March 31.
The men returned to the Island Wednesday night following their deployment in Afghanistan's Ghazni Province.
The Portuguese-American Club in Oak Bluffs hosted a wine, cheese, and beer tasting Saturday evening.
In a story published March 22,
Tisbury's board of registrars accused town administrator John Bugbee of fraudulent residency claims as a Tisbury voter in a letter to the town's selectmen.
Another complicated chapter in the bitter land use battle is playing out, as the auction date approaches.
One man's dispute with the historic district regulations turns porch project into a billboard for frustration.
Voters will decide whether to rescind an article passed at town meeting to ban dogs from a popular town beach from June 15 to September 15.
The work is expected to create traffic slow-downs and delays over the next several weeks along one of Martha's Vineyard's busiest roadways.
Opioid related emergency room visits have doubled in the last five years, according to one member of the panel.
Legislation aimed at tackling the drivers of high energy costs in Massachusetts unveiled Monday by state senators closely mirror a bill released last week opening up long-term renewable energy contracts to competitive bidding and more than doubling the amount of renewables required to be purchased by utilities.
Tisbury went for the green but fell short in the last round of the state's picks for Green Community designations.
March 19, 2012 Harrison Grant Meacham, Oak Bluffs; DOB 1/22/93, keeping a noisy and disorderly house, selling/delivering liquor to person under 21: continued to pretrial...
The Edgartown National Bank plans to build a new branch at 57 Circuit Avenue in Oak Bluffs, on property the bank seized as part of foreclosure proceedings against the owners of The Oyster Bar Grill.
The Tisbury Water Works (TWW) will begin its annual program to flush town hydrants on Sunday, April 1.
Martha's Vineyard firefighters from several towns were called to battle a raging brush fire off Holmes Hole Road on Sunday, March 25.
The Army Corps of Engineers outlined steps Edgartown must take to avoid any future permit issues with the town owned dredge.
A race is scheduled for June 23 and 24, between two Transpac 52's.
Tom Durawa, now chairman of the Edgartown financial advisory committee, will stage a write-in campaign for reelection to the seat.
State fisheries scientist Greg Skomal scientific fact from fiction for selectmen considering new restrictions on the tournament.