Monthly Archives: June 2012
Deborah Yeomans of Dedham and Chilmark died quietly on June 19, 2012 with her two sons at her side.
A renowned acoustic guitarist, a reggae funk band, and harborside dancing is on the playlist.
Led by MVC chairman Chris Murphy, a Roundabout supporter, and with the advice of legal counsel, the regional agency let its Roundabout decision stand.
In an early morning assembly Tuesday, Oak Bluffs School celebrated their last day and a new mural adoring the wall of the cafeteria.
The Edgartown National Bank will move forward with renovations that include a bank branch in the Circuit Avenue building it repossessed.
The Tisbury Business Association (TBA) has some fun events planned in Vineyard Haven this summer, including an outdoor movie at Owen Park and Sunday art strolls.
In a small ceremony Monday, the station recognized the efforts of five crew members for their accomplishments on land in earning a college degree.
Windemere Nursing & Rehabilitation Center, was named one of the best nursing homes in the country for 2012, by U.S. News and World Report.
The print edition of June 14 story
The town has $629,026 from the Massachusetts Seaport Advisory Council to do the construction, which will include three new docks.
A fishing visit in 2009 has become an annual affair for two European anglers. Call them the "Dutch Guys."
Ruthie celebrated surrounded by friends right across from the rambling white corner house where she was born 90 years ago and where she lives today.
Dana Jacobs, a junior at MVRHS, created a font which has become an international hit.
A Harvard researcher is documenting the effects of erosion on a wooded area on Chappaquiddick.
Chief Blake said his officers dealt with a noisy party hosted by the Secret Service the same way they deal with hundreds of summer noise complaints.
Business owners optimistic. New restaurant owners and retailers, see opportunity in Edgartown this season.
Questions arise over the extent and duration of the development of regional impact authority over the leased property, where Rymes will operate.
Teachers balk at health care reform plans, and selectmen say no, for now, to library donors who want their name on a new library room.
A distributed antenna system uses several small antennae rather than one or two giant towers. Such a system might work for Chappy.