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I recently visited the Oak Bluffs dump for recycling and was surprised to hear that the very green free table was no longer to be in existence.
When are the people of Chappaquiddick going to get a clue? Your little cul-de-sac of a neighborhood will not get anything from the town of Edgartown unless it directly benefits the majority of the town of Edgartown.
I read the article in the M.
First they banned the other towns' people from the beach, and I didn't speak out, because I wasn't an out-of-towner.
As a canine citizen of Oak Bluffs, I must tell the story of my recent escape and rescue in our town.
Yvan, "Ivan," Girard, 57, died peacefully in his Oak Bluffs home on October 27, 2011, surrounded by the love of his wife, Nancie, his daughter, Ashley, and his brother-in-law, Gregory Lucas, after his all-too-short battle with cancer.
Food, arts, and performances from near and far filled the high school with unusual sounds, sights, and smells Saturday evening.
Donating to an organization lets us touch the lives of strangers and help someone whose need may be much deeper than we will ever know.
Peter Michael Devine of Oak Bluffs died November 17, 2011.
Robert Daniel Cafarelli of Key West, Florida, died on November 13, He was 60.
Major Peter L.
Doris "Dot" Y.
Rose Treat of Oak Bluffs died at home on Thursday, November 17.
Marcia Morse Airis, 88, of Edgartown died surrounded by her family at her home on Thursday, November 17, 2011.
Gwendolyn Tucker Wharton, formerly of Oak Bluffs, died peacefully on November 17 at home with her family on Martha's Vineyard.
Henrietta "Penny" Singleton Norris of Oak Bluffs died peacefully on November 6, 2011.
Elizabeth Walker White, 97, died on Tuesday, Nov.
I could barely contain my excitement when the Y opened its doors last spring.
Christmas 2011 and the birth of a new tradition — support our Island businesses.