Cheryl Andrews-Maltais Reelected for Third Consecutive Term

Cheryl Andrews-Maltais defeated challenger NaDaizja Bolling 151-127 to earn her fifth term as tribal chairwoman.

Police Make Arrest in Rockland Trust Heist

One person has been arrested in connection with the armed robbery of the Rockland Trust bank in Vineyard Haven that took place Thursday morning and resulted in an intensive search and investigation.

Island Grown Schools Celebrates 15-Year Anniversary

Teachers, farmers and students all gathered at the Grange Hall on Friday to celebrate the 15-year anniversary of Island Grown Schools.

MVC Approves Navigator Homes Project

The Martha’s Vineyard Commission approved a proposal to develop hospital workforce housing and a skilled nursing facility on a 28-acre forested plot in Edgartown.

Chilmark Ponders Beach Replenishment Offer

A Chilmark policy of allowing natural erosion to take its course at Squibnocket beach was reconsidered by the select board on Nov 16.

West Tisbury to Bring Back Town Holiday Party

West Tisbury town holiday party will take place Dec. 8 at the Agricultural Hall from 5 to 7 p.m.

Flu Shots Available Through Local Clinics

The Martha's Vineyard Hospital, Island Health Care and Martha's Vineyard boards of health have announced three flu vaccination clinics taking place on-Island Nov. 28-30.

Brilliant Mars

The bright red planet Mars now shines low in the eastern sky. You can see it easily an hour or more after sunset. It glows as a red jewel and there is no missing it. Take a moment to go outside and look for it. The planet resides in the constellation Taurus, the mythological bull. Not far away, you'll find the Pleiades, the Seven Sisters. The small star cluster is always a night time crowd pleaser.Not far from Mars is the orange colored bright star Aldebaran, the brightest star in Taurus. With Mars in this beloved constellation, the stars and the planet look particularly intriguing.

New District Attorney Stresses More Community Engagement

A runner and all around active personality, Robert Galibois has no plans to sit behind a desk when his term begins in January.

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