When you design, finance, and build a $40 million hospital, you might reasonably expect that the consequences of that effort will be the ones you intended.
Sheriff Mike McCormick made the right decision in December, just before Christmas, when he allowed Kelly McCarron to complete her imprisonment at home, wearing an ankle bracelet, rather than at the Barnstable House of Corrections, where she had served seven months of her one-year jail term for vehicular homicide (January 12,
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What to make of a year like this one? It's been wearing, worrisome, and wildly contentious.
The Martha's Vineyard public schools have moved deliberately to develop and adopt policies that will combat bullying and cyber-bullying, in accord with requirements of a state law approved in May.
That Edgartown will remove itself from the Martha's Vineyard Commission's (MVC) embrace is unlikely.
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Unless there is lurking somewhere a great white shark of an argument against constructing a fishing pier off the North Bluff shore of Oak Bluffs, the Martha's Vineyard Commission, considering the proposal as a development of regional impact (DRI), ought to approve enthusiastically.