Monthly Archives: December 2012
A federal court judge will not decide until March whether several interested parties, including the town of Aquinnah, will be permitted to intervene in a complex case involving would-be mainland casino developer KG Urban and Massachusetts Gov.
As part of its "Twelve Days of Tisbury" holiday celebration, the Tisbury Business Association (TBA) Tuesday honored eighth grade student Amanda Bernard for her "outstanding community service.
Martha's Vineyard now has a new Red Cross Emergency Response Vehicle [ERV].
With limited higher education opportunities and the state's oldest workforce, employers on Cape Cod and the Islands face extra hurdles finding younger employees to replace retiring Baby Boomers, according to a report released Tuesday morning in Hyannis.
Gas prices dropped five cents a gallon over the past week and 16 cents a gallon over the past month, according to AAA Southern New England.
The Steamship Authority has launched a new online store featuring gift items.
Bunch of Grapes Bookstore on Main Street in Vineyard Haven is now selling ebooks, ereaders and eReading accessories by Kobo, a leader in eReading with more than 10 million registered users worldwide.
As the league entered the second half of regular-season play, the Suns stayed in first place after an 86-75 win Monday night over the winless Bulls.
Bonitos, Makos, and Special Olympians all joined together Friday to practice their skills, promote competitive swimming, and have a good time.
December 10, 2012Dakota Delviento, Oak Bluffs; DOB 4/14/93, indecent assault and battery on a person 14 or over: guilty, sentencing deferred to a later...
Jocelyn Andrade of Vineyard Haven was awarded a Bachelor of Arts, cum laude, in Early Childhood Education at Coastal Carolina University in Conway, South Carolina.
Despite the rush of holiday shopping and festivities there is still time for duplicate bridge competition on the Island.
The Vineyard Nursing Association (VNA), familiar to many who benefit from its home health care services, got a $1,500 grant last Monday from the Massachusetts Bankers Association Charitable Foundation.
From the weeping floors.
Apparently, the knack for living successfully involves willingness to change. And dogged determination, so to speak.
A holiday triple play for Martha's Vineyard.