Monthly Archives: May 2012
Deejays and weekly acts headline this weekend's music.
Ed Chesnovitch and Marilyn Ruseckas are two featured artists at Dragonfly Gallery this week.
Shaw Cramer Gallery talks began last weekend with photographer R. Michael Beatty.
Police Chief Dan Hanavan recommended the appointment of two local candidates, Ryan Natichioni and Jeremie Rogers, as permanent police officers.
Celebration season is upon us.
Fed up with trash they leave behind, Vineyard Haven business owner Chris Sze attemped to ban non-customers from his property's public seating area.
Last Friday, friends and family joined in the Tisbury School's annual Memorial Day March to the Sea to honor the nation's war dead.
The candidates for a job that has proved problematic in the past include four Island residents and a New Hampshire native.
FARM officials told Edgartown selectmen Tuesday the project could go forward. That decision prompted one resignation.
Along with the opportunity to view art and architecture, students spent time with Italian families and attended a school in San Giovanni Valdarno.
Town officials said construction issues remain to be resolved with the contractor before emergency responders can move in to the $5 million facility.
The distributed antenna system will provide AT&T wireless signals to areas that include Moshup Trail and Menemsha.
Lynn Silva is expected to replace long-time student support services director Dan Seklecki, who retires in June after 29 years.
Improved math scores for students Island-wide in grades 6-8 is a target for the 2012-13 school year.
Steve Morris, owner of Dick's, said his holiday weekend tournament attracted more fishermen than in the past three or four years.
Christopher Wells, Martha's Vineyard Savings Bank (MVSB) president and chief executive officer, resigned May 30, for reasons he described as personal.
Wampanoag hunt for a mainland site for a full-service casino moves now to nearby Lakeville.
Hospice of Martha's Vineyard is a baseball fan.
The Permanent Endowment Fund for Martha's Vineyard is accepting nominations for the 2012 Creative Living Award.
Analysis of the Steamship Authority (SSA) rate structure, prepared by boatline management, shows that the cost of service on the Martha's Vineyard routes decreased by $62,244, or 0.