Yearly Archives: 2012
Chef and owner David Spooner plans to open Mon Amour, a French/American restaurant, in mid-April at 395 State Road in Tisbury, at the site of the former Nicky's Italian Café in the same building complex that houses Radio Shack and Island Entertainment.
"I think it was a good call doing it at midnight," Police Chief Tony Bettencourt told selectmen Tuesday.
The Harborside Inn will pay $53,862 as mitigation for using state owned shoreline without affording public access as required by state regulations.
Someone took liberty with the concept of an "intercept vehicle," a Ford Expedition used by the Oak Bluffs ambulance department to transport personnel to other towns, and "borrowed" it for an unauthorized early morning run to Vineyard Haven on New Year's Day.
Selectmen want to speak with farmers interested in the long-term lease of a historic 17th century farmhouse and about 20 acres of surrounding fields.
Island police departments reported few incidents over the New Year's holiday. The operative word was "quiet."
New electric prices announced by Cape Light Compact reflect a slight increase due to the price of natural gas power plants use.
The fate of Riot, a 40-foot sloop abandoned on a Tisbury town mooring in 2004, has been a legal quagmire for town officials, who want it gone.
More than 40 players, including some who traveled from as far as Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania just for the event, took part.
The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court (SJC) recently upheld a decision by Department of Public Utilities (DPU) regulators to permit the electric utility National Grid to purchase half of the power from the 130-turbine Cape Wind offshore wind project to be built in Nantucket Sound, according to a State House News Service article.
Angela Grant, VTA bus administrator, asked town officials to report any concerns about bus service instead of waiting several months.
Edgartown pulls out of contract negotiations with Comcast, over expanding service to Chappaquiddick.
Martha's Vineyard's first baby of 2012 arrived at 2:11 am, Wednesday, January 4.
These five intrepid swimmers welcomed the New Year with a dive into Edgartown Harbor.
A group of East Chop residents welcomed the New Year with an icy dip in Nantucket Sound.
Island artist Margot Datz, known for her bright murals in public spaces as well as in private homes, presents "Re-energizing in the New Year."
Island real estate brokers predict what will happen in 2012.