Monthly Archives: October 2013
First ever complaint filing for the building department.
Education Secretary Matt Malone said there isn't a mechanism to upgrade technology statewide, and education leaders need to be mindful of the technology disadvantages at schools before a full rollout of the test is adopted.
For many seniors who want to live independently, the cost of assisted living services and facilities are not covered by their health insurance.
The front of town hall will also get a half million dollar upgrade.
In a story published September 29, "Fashion Week Rewind," the photo caption, "A model shows off a design from Bananas," incorrectly identified the source of the clothing.
As Martha's Vineyard residents for over 30 years and now living here half of the year, we had to respond to Danielle Permagent's myopic article [On Martha's Vineyard, Celebrating the Local Bounty, The New York Times, September 19].
To the Editor:In the aftermath of the Navy Yard shootings, we see and hear the same accusations, where innocent law-abiding people are made the...
To the Editor:When I wrote my letter last week concerning reasonable gun control it occurred to me that this was an exercise in...
This column incorporates part of a of column that appeared in this space in January.
Tax subsidies are a wildly popular way for Congress to dish out money, because they have an indirect, backdoor quality.
This letter is to thank my many amazing friends and the Martha's Vineyard community for their ongoing help and support before and after my beloved husband of 56 years, Sheldon Hackney, died on September 12, after a long struggle with ALS.
While walking my dog along a quiet residential street today, I was sorely disappointed to see how much plastic garbage had accumulated in a week's time along the side of the road.
Police suspect Francis Elms, who was in ill health, may have fallen from a ferry boat.
Gus Ben David and Anna Edey shared their thoughts on our changing Vineyard.
The fire broke out Saturday night and moved quickly in the dry conditions.
After 27 years, the tournament that attracted monster crowds and controversy will head to Newport.
My opinion for landscape trees that are not critical is to relinquish them and plant two good replacement trees for each one lost.
Nicholas Gonsalves of Oak Bluffs has graduated from the U.