Daily Archives: September 10, 2009

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Nantucket Headlines 9.5.09

Headlines from local publications, and links to the full story. Sources: Inquirer and Mirror, Nantucket Independent, PlumTV, Yesterday’s Island, Cape Cod Times, and other pertinent sources.


ISLAND LIFE
On Nantucket, vehicle ban stirs battle over shore access (Boston Globe)

Surfside residents support road takings (Nantucket Independent)

Annual Lifesaver’s Recognition Day (Yesterday’s Island)

Pollen (Yesterday’s Island)


PEOPLE
Avellino pleads the Fifth on Madoff charges (Inquirer and Mirror)

Hospital House Call: Dr. Tim Lepore (Plum TV)


PERFORMING ARTS

John Buttrick (Nantucket Independent)

Nantucket Comedy Festival: Boston vs. NY Smackdown (Plum TV)


VISUAL ARTS
Lifesize bronze sculptures grace airport park (Inquirer and Mirror)

Neeltje Westerlund In The Studio (Nantucket Independent)

Elizabeth Coffin to teach the art of chair caning and rush seats (Nantucket Independent)


CUISINE
West End Takeout (Nantucket Independent)

Arnos at 41 Main Street (Yesterday’s Island)


HISTORY & PRESERVATION
ÒThe CameraÕs Coast: Historic Images of Ship and Shore in New EnglandÓ (Inquirer and Mirror)

The Camera’s Coast (Yesterday’s Island)

Artifact of the Week: Iron Shackles (Plum TV)

Wendy Schmidt on the Dreamland Foundation Show (Plum TV)


ENVIRONMENT
Offshore energy plans scrutinized (Cape Cod Times)


BUSINESS & ECONOMY
The Chicken Box: Not just a bar anymore (Nantucket Independent)


NON-PROFITS
ASAP receives $625,000 grant to combat substance abuse on-island (Inquirer and Mirror)

NHA Announces Board of Trustees (Nantucket Independent)

Artists Association Croquet Tournament and Wicked Wicket Party (Plum TV)


POLITICS & GOVERNMENT
On eve of new school year, Pellicone says he’s leaving (Inquirer and Mirror)

Sheriff decides to run again (Inquirer and Mirror)

Selectmen sued twice in span of one week (Inquirer and Mirror)

Town takeover of Sherburne Commons plan ripped (Inquirer and Mirror)

TOWN, SERVANT HEALTHCARE STALLED IN TALKS ON SHERBURNE COMMONS (Nantucket Independent)


IN MEMORIAM
Ted Kennedy remembered (Nantucket Independent)

Edward Kennedy: a powerhouse in politics (Nantucket Independent)


Oran Mor

Vito Capizzo Recognition Day on Nantucket

Vito Capizzo Recognition Day took place on Sunday, September 6, 2009 at the NHS Football Field, a celebration of Vito’s retirement as Nantucket High School’s Head Football Coach after 45 years of service to the community, schools, and children. The ceremony was followed by a free cookout sponsored by the Nantucket Boosters Club. This is just a preview, with more photos in an upcoming issue.

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