Aidan Pollard

No Injuries in Fishing Boat Collision Off Aquinnah
The collision caused significant damage to the starboard bow of both vessels.
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Family Cautiously Optimistic for Paul Whelan’s Release from Russian Prison
Now, as the U.S. government is working to get Paul Whelan released alongside WNBA player Brittney Griner, the former Marine's family remains optimistic that they will see him again.
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Revised Permit Issued for Pool Business, Despite Neighbor Protest
Over some neighbors' objections, Atlantic Pool, an Edgartown-based pool construction and service business, will be allowed to continue operating on Watcha Path.
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Oak Bluffs Wrestles With Fun Factor
The streets are bustling in Oak Bluffs but as crowds return in earnest this year, striking a balance for outdoor space use in Oak Bluffs has become an ever-present issue for the town’s select board.
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Inkwell Beach Yoga to Resume with Park Commission Approval
With a room full of supporters of the yoga group, parks commissioners Monday said concerns about the group as it has grown in popularity have been longstanding.
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Island Running Club Offers Friendship — and Beer and Pizza —for Motivation
The group’s annual Amity Island 5k and fun run is slated for this Sunday, August 7.
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AG: Oak Bluffs Board Violated Open Meeting Requirements
The Oak Bluffs select board was found to be in violation of open meeting laws on five occasions from November 2021 to January 2022, a decision from the state attorney general's office shows.
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Endangered Tiger Beetles Bouncing Back on Vineyard Beaches
With people and vehicles digging into the sand all along the east coast, wild beaches are few and far between. But on the Vineyard, the rare and endangered northeastern beach tiger beetle, a key signifier of uncorrupted beaches, has regained its footing.
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Community Turns Out to Honor Legacy of Della Hardman
Poets, writers, community leaders and family members honored the life and legacy of Della Hardman on Saturday, with the 18th annual Della Hardman Day held in Ocean Park.
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Third Attempt at Nantucket to Vineyard Swim Ends Early
Doug McConnell entered the water off Nantucket at 8:45 a.m. attempting to swim to the Vineyard to raise money for ALS. But the currents defeated him again and at 1:50 p.m. he was pulled up onto a boat by his guides.
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