Monthly Archives: July 2012
This old house is not far away, but in every sense except geographic, it is remote.
Island Alpaca in Oak Bluffs is experiencing a baby boom of sorts: three, and 15 more to go, owner Barbara Ronchetti reported.
In a news brief published June 28, "New Tisbury police officers join the ranks," police officer Ryan Natichioni's last name was misspelled.
The Bourne Bridge over the Cape Cod Canal, the route most often used by Islanders traveling on the mainland, received a new name Thursday from lawmakers honoring Staff Sergeant Matthew Pucino, a decorated war hero killed in action in Afghanistan in 2009, when his mounted patrol unit was attacked with an IED, the State House News reported.
Cape Light Compact (CLC) recently announced new electricity supply prices for residential, commercial, and industrial customers, effective with meter read dates July 2012 through January 2013.
Vineyard Voyagers is throwing a birthday party Sunday, July 8, for its flagship vessel, Mabel.
In 2010, Massachusetts spent less per pupil than three of its neighbors but more than the national average, which was $10,615, the State House News service reported.
On Friday, the Edgartown Library welcomed members of the community to meet the new director, Jill Hughes, at an open house.
In an effort to ease congestion in Menemsha and provide convenient off-site parking for visitors and the employees of local businesses, the Vineyard Transit Authority (VTA) is now providing shuttle bus service between Menemsha and a town parking lot adjacent to the town transfer station off Tabor House Road.
Martha's Vineyard Hospital has begun performing Lyme disease testing and providing results on site.
Iconic Island artist Stanley Murphy's work will be presented on slides by his son David at the Katharine Cornell Theater, Thursday July 12 at 5:30 pm.
His story of drug dependance is the centerpiece of the Emmy nominated ESPN sports documentary, "Unguarded."
Where's Waldo? In Vineyard Haven, of course.
Martha's Vineyard Savings Bank filed suit against Pie in the Sky, a bakery in Woods Hole adjacent to a bank branch.
Building managers expect the new venue, which can accommodate up to 500 people, to fill an important entertainment and event niche.
Those who do not learn from the mistakes of the past are doomed to repeat them over and over again.
The preliminary $6.8 million cost estimate for a proposed new superintendent's office building hinges on upcoming results from a feasibility study.
Seaplane landing near Wilson's Landing on Edgartown Great Pond have raised the concerns of residents and town officials.