County scrutinizes sheriff's bills; JC's Tap Room decommissioned

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Nantucket's famed cobblestone streets.  Photo by John Fitts.

inquirermirrorNANTUCKET NEWS, January 5, 2007

Land Council Reaches Loring Goal 
The Nantucket Land Council announced Friday that it had raised the $14 million needed to buy the development rights to 270 acres of environmentally sensitive Eel Point land owned by Linda Loring.   [more]

Patrick sworn in as governor
Deval Patrick was sworn in as the first black governor in Massachusetts history yesterday, telling a cheering crowd of several thousand people that "it is time for a change, and we are that change."    [more]

J.C.'s Tap Room "decommissioned"
By Peter A. Sutters Jr.
I&M Staff Writer
Those who have been waiting for the Jared Coffin House to reopen the Tap Room are going to have to wait a long time.   [more]

Planning Board alternates prep for hearing by consulting attorney
The Planning Board's three alternate members have consulted with an attorney in preparation for a hearing Monday on an Oct. 23 letter in which accusations of...   [more]

County continues to scrutinize sheriff's bills
County officials continue to scrutinize spending by sheriff Richard Bretschneider, and have withheld payment of numerous bills submitted by his department over the past.   [more]

New School's Dave Provost named Klingenstein Fellow
Nantucket New School headmaster David Provost has been named a 2007 Klingenstein Visiting Fellow at Columbia University, where he will study ways to keep the small.   [more]

Whalers lose to Avon after spirited first half
By Allison Goldsmith
I&M Sports Editor
The varsity boys basketball team had its five-game winning streak snapped Wednesday afternoon at home as Avon/Holbrook defeated Nantucket 81-63.  [more]

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