Monthly Archives: November 2012
The commissioners agreed the issue of large houses and thresholds that would trigger their review by the MVC merit further discussion and definition.
The town welcomes the holiday season with an impressive display of light.
The law establishes a state fund to pay for training animal control officers and to spay and neuter homeless animals in shelters and pounds.
Chilmark selectmen at their regular meeting on November 20 voted to change the limitations of the current shellfish season to shift fishermen's focus to Nashaquitsa Pond where there has been a bumper crop of bay scallops this year.
Police officer Kelly Kershaw is now on leave and lost her right to operate a motor vehicle due to an unknown medical condition.
The town's old fire station will make way for a much needed new public parking lot on Beach Road.
Budget draft number three, presented at a public hearing at the West Tisbury School, awaits missing numbers, including results of salary negotiations.
Off-season demands ingenuity and hard work for those who keep their doors open when most of the tourists are gone.
Two young suspects were caught with stolen computers, while another suspect thought he could mislead police in a copycat crime.
Selectmen and business owners object to revision of the rules that determine which developments get reviewed by the Martha's Vineyard Commission.
The agreement will bring $5 million in state funds.
Martha's Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) principal Steve Nixon gave a detailed explanation of a proposed $17,642,376 fiscal year 2014 budget at an hour-long public hearing held Monday night by the school committee.
Steamship Authority (SSA) members approved a list of capital projects, reviewed reservation timelines, and signed a new food concession contract at their regular monthly meeting on Tuesday, Nov.
A public information meeting hosted by state officials from the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs (EEA) last week provided details about an environmental assessment (EA) of a wind energy area designated in federal waters offshore of Massachusetts.
Funds are now available for income qualified Island homeowners in need of home repairs.
A story published November 21, "Driver in July 4th crash that killed two to be arraigned Nov.
Susan Sanford of Vineyard Complementary Medicine recently completed a 245-hour sports medicine acupuncture certification program.
Private education consultant Kathleen Kendrick, a longtime home owner and new year-round Aquinnah resident, is providing developmental and education evaluation and consultation screening of children for kindergarten and first grade readiness, identification of specific learning disabilities, and follow-up support to Island parents, according to a press release.
A new internet assisted spinning program to begin in January in West Tisbury.