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Martha’s Vineyard District Court Report

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Annette Moreis, Oak Bluffs; DOB 5/21/58, breaking and entering a building during nighttime to commit a felony: guilty — two years in the house of correction suspended, two year probation, must pay $372.

Fire station is first choice for new West Tisbury police station

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The West Tisbury police station site and planning committee will recommend that the Public Safety Building complex on State Road be selected as the future location of a new police station.

Homeowner’s mistaken town identity is corrected

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Last April, Chilmark resident Elizabeth Pickett Gray switched her telephone service from Verizon to Comcast.

Tisbury beer and wine first season

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The pop of champagne corks on New Year's Eve signified more than the end of 2010 in several Tisbury restaurants. It also was the first time the beverage appeared on menus.

Trustees, design committee clash over Edgartown library plans

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The Edgartown library trustees Tuesday declined to endorse the latest plan to build a new library at the site of the Old Edgartown School.

West Tisbury hires new police officer

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The West Tisbury Police Department is now at full strength.

New Year’s Eve was mostly quiet, a little splashy

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On a warm and mild New Year's Eve, Martha's Vineyard revelers were generally well-behaved.

Stela, welcome to 2011

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Stela Plamenova Duncheva, the first baby born on Martha's Vineyard in 2011, weighed 7 pounds when she arrived at 1 am, Saturday, New Year's Day.

Voters called to cut budgets in Oak Bluffs

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Oak Bluffs town officials plan a special town meeting, most likely in February, to cut spending in the current budget year.

Basketball girls lose in Norwell, but the boys eat up Sandwich

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The Martha's Vineyard Regional High School's girls' varsity basketball team lost its duel with Marshfield in the Norwell tournament, Tuesday, 44-42.

State would tap wind energy south of islands

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The federal government on Tuesday began its offshore wind energy leasing process, and Massachusetts simultaneously expressed interest in helping to develop enough wind energy in federal waters south of the Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket, to power 1.

Sports briefs

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Bad weather cancelled the Martha's Vineyard Regional High School boys' varsity ice hockey team's game against Nantucket on that island Monday.

Ramp accident prompts SSA to reinforce vehicle safety rules

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The Steamship Authority has reinforced terminal safety rules in the wake of an accident earlier this month.

Tisbury selectmen wrap up 2010 business

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Tisbury selectmen Jeff Kristal and Geoghan Coogan approved a request from Island Affordable Housing Fund (IAHF) executive director Ewell Hopkins, to help the Bridge Affordable Housing Project to explore funding options.

Tisbury reminds public to shovel walks or face fines

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Despite repeated reminders about a town bylaw that requires sidewalks to be cleared of snow, many in Tisbury remain unshoveled after last week's storm.

Oak Bluffs late with tax bills

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Oak Bluffs residents should expect to get third and fourth quarter tax and wastewater bills late this year.

Correction

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A story published on Dec.

Former SSA bookkeeper gets year in prison

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On Friday, December 17, Chief US District Court Judge Mark L.

Island police plan extra patrols to catch drunk drivers

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Oak Bluffs and Edgartown police plan extra patrols on New Year's Eve to crack down on drunk drivers.

Alumnae women square off on ice

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Nineteen young women, all former graduates of Martha's Vineyard Regional High School, strapped on their skates to play for the honor of winning the 12th annual Ryan Mone Memorial Alumnae game, Sunday at MV Arena.