Nantucket News Headlines 11.24.10

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.


Vice president Biden arrives on Nantucket (Inquirer and Mirror)

Vice president Biden plans island family Thanksgiving (Inquirer and Mirror)

Plum Daily Nantucket: November 20, 2010 (Plum)
The island commute, rescue and rehab, handpicked stationary, and the Brant Point wreath hanging.

At Nantucket Memorial Airport a body scanner could be in action within months (Cape Cod Online)


Nantucket Town Crier Curtis Barnes: Passing the Bell (Yesterday’s Island)

PJ Joyner: Up close and personal at the Macy’s parade (Inquirer and Mirror)

Place convicted of illegal importing of whale teeth (Inquirer and Mirror)

Former island carpenter Jimmy Russell missing, believed drowned in Maine (Inquirer and Mirror)

Leslie Linsley’s latest book makes the new look old again (Inquirer and Mirror)

Theater Review: “Peter Pan” soars to holiday heights at TWN (Inquirer and Mirror)

Visiting dolphins have left Nantucket Harbor (Inquirer and Mirror)

Mythbusters: Seals and deer (Yesterday’s Island)

Avian masters of the high seas (Cape Cod Times)

School launches strategic planning process (Inquirer and Mirror)

Parking garage prohibition tops 2011 citizen petitions (Inquirer and Mirror)

Agreement reached between town, firefighters’ union (Inquirer and Mirror)

Town overhaul could save $700,000 (Cape Cod Online)

Preservation Trust house tour Dec. 4 (Inquirer and Mirror)

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