Nantucket Headlines 1.21.11

Headlines from local publications, and links to the full story. Sources: Inquirer and Mirror, PlumTV, Yesterday’s Island, Cape Cod Times, NAREB, and others.


Painter arrested for drug trafficking in multi-agency operation (Inquirer and Mirror)

Social Security visits will be missed (Inquirer and Mirror)


Barge worker Bruce Beebe rescued from harbor after accident (Inquirer and Mirror)

Summer resident Schmidt out as Google CEO (Inquirer and Mirror)

Schmidt to step down as Google CEO

Service-minded middle schooler Kezia Duarte finds she’s not alone (Inquirer and Mirror)

“Hotel Paradiso” opens on NHS stage (Inquirer and Mirror)

Artists Association to hold printmaking demonstration (Inquirer and Mirror)

Real estate rallies in 2010 (Inquirer and Mirror)

2011 Travel and Lodging brochures available (Inquirer and Mirror)

Cambridge Street Victuals closes its doors after 16 years (Inquirer and Mirror)

Cape Wind could begin construction this year

President Obama Signs Shark Conservation Act (SeaWeb)

Ocean Acidification May Affect Ocean Nitrogen Cycle (SeaWeb)

Barnstable County seeks to curb large wind turbines (Cape Cod Online)


After two terms as selectman, Chadwick will bow out (Inquirer and Mirror)

Selectmen review future renewable energy projects; adopt town administration’s budget recommendations (Inquirer and Mirror)

Incumbents Dr. Timothy Lepore and Robin Harvey seek reelection to School Committee (Inquirer and Mirror)

Permitting issues thwart affordable house donation (Inquirer and Mirror)

Scott Brown: Wind plan weak; Doesn’t make sense to pay way more for power (Boston Herald)

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