Monthly Archives: December 2012
Mr. Ranney will take the seat his father, H. Flint Ranney, held for eight years. Mr. Ranney, 77, died Friday, December 21, at his home on Nantucket.
Mom Olivia Butler said she and the children baked cookies as part of a worldwide "acts of kindness" movement spurred by the Newtown shootings.
For 58 years Chilmark seasonal resident Sue Regen has delighted friends and family with hand-made wood ornaments.
Dogs, sunsets, birds, beach scenes, and the things Islanders say mark the days of the coming year.
More than 120 people came to hear Willy Mason perform with friends this past Saturday night.
The boys rebounded from a sluggish effort in the home opener last week with two dominating wins. The girls got off to a perfect 3-0 start.
Daniel Haggarty was driving a Subaru SUV when he collided with a Toyota sedan driven by Molly Bennett as she attempted to turn onto Barnes Road.
The Martha's Vineyard Regional High School boys hockey team will collect food items for the Island Food Pantry as part of its second "Stuff A Bus" campaign.
Selectmen consider whether behavior of Officer Kelly Kershaw, now on medical leave, warrants disciplinary action.
In this comedy, Seth Rogen plays an inventor who is about to embark on the road trip of a lifetime.
The planning board is considering changes to the towns sign bylaw, and changes to local regulations that cover vacation rentals.
A discussion about security at Tisbury School led to criticisms, from selectman Jeff Kristal, about the school's employee hiring process .
Pastors urged their congregations not to lessen the tragedy, but to remember there is more good than evil in the world.
Two acres on a site where Bill Bennett proposed an affordable housing project ten years ago has been put to use for solar energy production instead.
Selectmen are bracing for budget adjustments after seeing budget estimates from the Martha's Vineyard Regional High School and the Edgartown School.
Jump in high school budget and superintendent's spending for FY2014, plus millions for a new superintendent's office elicit sharp intakes of breath
Court records said there is no dispute that the property has lost approximately two feet per year to erosion since 1988.
Ninth District Congressman William Keating joins effort to have Gay Head Light removed from Coast Guard ownership to hasten longterm protection
Several budget items are likely to change, due to contract negotiations that are underway with the Martha's Vineyard Public Schools' five bargaining units.
Selectmen denied renewal of the license because of irregularities in the application.