Monthly Archives: November 2013
Revenues were also bright, up 3.
Proposals are due January 15 for funding in March.
Last summer, CSEP formed a teacher curriculum committee of four teachers: Anna Cotton (MVRHS), Ellen Berube (Oak Bluffs School), Amy Reece (Charter School), and Dan Haggerty (Charter School).
One hundred thirteen feet long overall, the Morgan was launched in New Bedford in 1841, and she had a whaling career of 80 years and 37 voyages.
Advocacy group offers free energy audits and up to $4,000 for improvements.
You don't have to go off-Island to experience Black Friday deals, there are some right here on Martha's Vineyard.
The $5 million spending plan increased by nearly $1 million, or 21.7 percent compared with the FY2014 budget.
Many physicians see adverse effects of prescribing marijuana for medicinal use.
Gone are the French fries and chocolate milk of yesteryear, replaced by choices that fewer students are buying.
The replacement facility offers Station Menemsha the ability to accommodate changing missions and boats.
Rancorous meeting with Woods Hole residents prompts resignation.
Hydroponically grown greens may feed students through the winter
Public hearing precedes West Tisbury Selectmen's meeting and talk of funding the Island's adult education program
The change reduces the exemption for a home assessed at $500,000 by about $104.
The event heralds the construction of a long-awaited solar array project at the town's capped landfill.
It's hard to believe the holiday season is very nearly upon us, though last week's snow did help a bit.
An environmental firm was called in after a small amount of engine oil from a fishing vessel was pumped into the water.
Learn about the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882 Thursday night at the Martha's Vineyard Museum with author Ben Railton.
Last Saturday's 70's themed Rock Auction raised money for the Martha's Vineyard Public Charter School.