Monthly Archives: December 2013
Spending on health care in Massachusetts is 36 percent higher than the national average.
Town officials said with no major snags, the renovated library and the new police station are on budget.
A new full-time officer and two special officers will help the department cover all its shifts.
New emergency response vehicles, seasonal EMTS and traffic officers, and decorative flowers and plantings are among the requests.
The additional funds come from real estate deed recording fees collected by the state.
When the weather warms up and the fish return to Martha's Vineyard waters, the pier should be ready.
Corinn Sees is a year-round Islander who loves to read as much as she loves to write.
While our year contains 52 weeks, these few, the holidays, are when we really think about things, our direction.
Lyme inflammation is a potential, albeit rare, cause for sudden cardiac death in persons from high-incidence Lyme disease areas.
The surgeon returns 11 years after a contentious departure. Both sides have learned lessons.
A Funeral Mass was celebrated on Saturday, December 21st at St.
Partiers decked themselves out in ugly sweaters for The Lampost's last night.
As part of a nationwide initiative, students demonstrated the fun behind computer science to their fellow high school classmates.
Gwyn McAllister's play returns for a second reading in Oak Bluffs.
Oak Bluffs Police Chief Erik Blake became president of the Massachusetts Chiefs of Police Association (MCOPA), at a ceremony in Falmouth on Thursday, December 12.
Robert Mone and the insurance company that bears his name have for years teamed with the Arbella Insurance Group to support many of the...
At the Island Bridge Club in West Tisbury on December 19, ten pairs completed.
For the fifth time, the husband and wife team are ranked number one in the combined-age 120 Division.
The mirthless irony is that between 1998 and 2007, in good times and lean ones for the real estate industry, there were few years which tallied more sales at high dollar figures than has been the case in the worst of the six years since post-Great Recession.