Nantucket Headlines 8.17.10

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

Trudie Hall case cloaked in mystery; Records show missing woman married twice in 2009 (Inquirer and Mirror)

Roommate: Man paid Trudie Hall $20,000 to marry (Inquirer and Mirror)

The secret life of a Nantucket woman missing for two weeks unfolds (Nantucket Independent)

On the Waterfront: Heroism on the high seas this week (Inquirer and Mirror)

Police tear up 143 pot plants (Nantucket Independent)

Totem takes the Opera House Cup (Inquirer and Mirror)


PEOPLE
Working Nantucket: Slosek chooses farming after all (Inquirer and Mirror)


ARTS
Bill Sherry Heavy Metal at Sherburne Hall (Inquirer and Mirror)

Thriller “Veronica’s Room” at Theatre Workshop of Nantucket (Inquirer and Mirror)

“Veronica’s Room” opens (Nantucket Independent)

Musical Offers Family Fun (Yesterday’s Island)


Laughs keep coming with storytelling nights (Inquirer and Mirror)

TWN, Susan Burns present Monday Night Stroytelling (Nantucket Independent)

Kathleen Knight’s Galleries (Yesterday’s Island)

Manhattan’s Afiara String Quartet (Nantucket Independent)

Dreamland Foundation proposes Land Bank hold use restriction on its land (Nantucket Independent)

Living History in Nantucket: Nancy Thayer (Wall Street Journal)


BUSINESS & ECONOMY
Air travelers on flights originating from Barnstable airport could pay $2-ticket fee (Nantucket Independent)

R. Simantov Fine Jewelry (Yesterday’s Island)


CUISINE
Demarco’s Restaurant (Yesterday’s Island)


ENVIRONMENT

FAA grants final approval to Cape Wind (Nantucket Independent)

Trustees urge seal safety (Inquirer and Mirror)

Expanded deer hunt in the works (Nantucket Independent)

Sun-powered trash compactor at Nantucket’s Children’s Beach (Nantucket Independent)

Geography plays key role in birding (Cape Cod Online)


POLITICS & GOVERNMENT
Viera, Jekanowski retiring from courthouse this year (Inquirer and Mirror)

District Court clerk Roxana Viera to retire (Nantucket Independent)

Housing Nantucket losing executive director (Nantucket Independent)

ConCom technical consultant Peggy Fantozzi moves on (Nantucket Independent)

Gov. Patrick stumps at the dump in island campaign stop (Inquirer and Mirror)


HISTORY


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