Monthly Archives: March 2012
The Martha's Vineyard boys basketball team takes on Wareham at noon Saturday in the MIAA boys Division 3 South Sectional Final at UMass-Boston.
News of the year's first emanations from Island pinkletinks comes from Beldan Radcliffe of Pilot Hill Farm.
The preliminary investigation points to an accidental fire, possibly related to an electrical problem.
The boys play Wareham next, at 12 pm, Saturday, at UMass-Boston.
Immigration officials and the DA's office agreed to let Adalberto Pires go free based on his lawyer's assurance that Mr. Pires would leave the U.S.
The charlatan said that her grandson would be released from jail without any charges if he paid an insurance deductible for the Mercedes Benz.
One Island fishermen described the survey payments as "idiotic," and said the money could be much better spent.
The chairman said the issue of alcohol sales was irrelevant. He said the FinCom rejected the article because it was filed late
AmeriGas officials say their company's recent merger with Vineyard Propane's parent company will mean business as usual for Island customers.
If the state has its way, it will become illegal to discharge sewage into the waters south of Cape Cod and around Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard.
The site provides detailed data for ocean planning, coastal development, public safety, tourism, planning and marine environmental protection.
The Martha's Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) Committee was abuzz with excitement Monday night about the school's four winter sports teams qualifying for the state tournament this year.
For the third consecutive year, The Boathouse Foundation, a philanthropic unit of The Boathouse Club of Edgartown, presented a check for $25,000 to the YMCA of Martha's Vineyard.
Daylight saving time will begin Sunday.
Tisbury selectman chairman Geoghan Coogan announced he would not seek reelection this spring at a meeting Tuesday night.
Chilmark selectmen Tuesday approved a 21-article annual town meeting warrant that includes a $7,654,498 budget for fiscal year 2012, up 8.
Three veteran politicians will square off for two open seats on the Oak Bluffs board of selectmen in annual town elections on April 12.
Edgartown spring elections will feature a three-way race for a school committee seat, and a three-way race for two library director seats.
The Harbor View Hotel will throw a parade in Edgartown on St.